Christopher Paz, residing in Roxbury, has spent the past four years working in state and county government, accumulating invaluable experience in the realm of public service. With the recent completion of a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from Seton Hall University, he is now well-equipped with the essential skills for effective leadership. Having served on the Executive Board for the past two years, Christopher is thrilled to assume the position of Chairman. His vision for the Young Republicans Club is one of optimism and collaboration, aimed at making a meaningful and positive impact.
Vice Chair, Parsippany
A proud Republican, Robert Quinn is a lifelong resident of Morris County and Parsippany, where he serves on the Municipal Transparency Committee and Traffic Advisory Committee. He has volunteered his time on many campaigns and serves as the republican municipal committeeman for Parsippany-District 34. In addition, he serves on the executive boards of both the Parsippany Republican Committee and the Republican Club. He is a recent graduate of Montclair State University where he earned his BA in Political Science. In his professional career, he serves as Legislative Aide to Assemblyman Jay Webber.
Paul Roveda, a Trenton native, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Allegheny College. His early commitment to public service led to roles with Governor Chris Christie's team and internships at esteemed institutions like the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. With experience spanning political campaigns, including the 2014 midterm elections, and work in public affairs, Paul co-founded a successful communications consulting company valued at over $1 million in its second year. In 2022, he joined Eurasia Group as Associate Director, Office of Management, serving major clients. Paul resides in Morristown, actively participates in his local parish, and continues to dedicate his career to public service and community involvement.
Secretary, Chatham Township
Originally from Roxbury, Michael Andrejcisk now resides in Chatham Township. He graduated from Roxbury High School in 2016 and served four years in the US Air Force, working on Lockheed Martin F35 A Fighter Jets at Nellis AFB, NV. He returned home in 2020 and has worked Aircraft Maintenance at Newark Airport the last two years.