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Bloomfield College President Named as One to Watch by NJ.Com

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Bloomfield College’s very own Dr. Marcheta P. Evans has been chosen as one of the 20 people to watch by NJ.com.

The list - which features politicians, public officials, actresses, and athletes - places the Bloomfield College President in the number 4 spot. According to the website, the list provides a look at New Jerseyans who are “likely to have huge impact in the Garden State and beyond in 2020.”

See the full-list here.