COO Bret Schundler to appear on FOX Business Channel
NEW YORK, March, 25, 2009—Tonight, at 7:30 p.m., King’s COO Bret Schundler will appear on FOX Business Channel as a guest on “America’s Nightly Scorecard” hosted by David Asmen. Schundler will discuss whether stimulus money is the best way to fix municipal police departments, or if better management is the answer.
An accomplished businessman and politician, Schundler is most famous for his highly successful career as mayor of Jersey City, NJ, the second largest city in New Jersey, with a population of approximately 240,000. Known for his honesty and his passionate pursuit of reform, he was the first Republican elected mayor in Jersey City since 1917, serving three terms from 1992 to 2001. Crime and unemployment plummeted as a result of his management, and the city saw unprecedented economic growth.
Schundler was Jersey City’s longest-serving mayor in more than half a century and achieved the greatest winning margin for a mayoral candidate in its history. In both 2001 and 2005, Schundler ran for New Jersey governor, receiving the Republican nomination in 2001 but losing in the general election.
Schundler joined The King’s College in spring 2007 as a professor of public policy and became COO in January 2009. A Harvard graduate, he worked at Salomon Brothers and C.J. Lawrence before becoming mayor.
The King’s College, New York City, is a Christian college committed to transforming society by preparing students to help shape and lead strategic public and private institutions.
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