Denise Esakoff is a lifelong New Jersey resident. She and her husband, Jeremy, moved to White House Station nearly 25 years ago. They were drawn by the township’s excellent school system and enrolled their three children in Readington Township schools from K-8. Denise has been active in the community for years, leading her daughter’s girl scout troop, and participating in community sports and recreation programs.
Not only is Denise passionate about our community, she also is a successful business leader. Since earning her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Economics from Rutgers University, she’s led marketing analytics teams for companies ranging from a White House Station health care analytics company to global leaders like AT&T and Novartis. Currently she’s Senior Vice President of Account Management and Performance Analytics for a health care media firm. Denise is a New Jersey native who grew growing up in rural Sussex county. There, Denise developed a appreciation of the outdoors and today she can often be found in the hills surrounding Round Valley training for a marathon, hiking, or paddling the reservoir on a kayak.
Elizabeth Fiore has years of experience in local government and community organizations across several states. Born and raised in New Jersey and a graduate of Rutgers University, Elizabeth began her career at the Land Conservancy of New Jersey before expanding out-of-state. Elizabeth was Development Director for numerous non-profit organizations, including a domestic violence and crisis center in Cincinnati, OH. She next took on the role of Administrator for the Town of Canton’s Community Preservation Committee, in Canton, MA.
Elizabeth took her home-grown passion for community on the road. She served on her community council in Cincinnati, and in Canton, she volunteered and coordinated events for the local moms group. Since returning to her home state, Elizabeth has remained active in the community. Currently a Girl Scout Troop Leader, Co-President of the MOMS Club of Three Bridges, and Chairwoman of the HSA Fine and Performing Arts Committee. She is married with three children, two of whom currently attend Readington Township Schools.