Kathy Monzo, Deputy Administrator, Will Move to North Brunswick Position
Kathy Monzo, municipal deputy administrator and director of finance, has announced that she will be leaving her post in Princeton to become administrator of North Brunswick Township in Middlesex County.
“I have mixed feelings. It’s bittersweet because I have been blessed to have worked with so many wonderful people here,” she said Monday. “But at the same time, this is a very exciting challenge and I’m looking forward to it.”
“I congratulate Kathy on her new position,” stated Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert. “Kathy is a superstar, and North Brunswick is beyond lucky to have hired her. Kathy has been superb in finance and administration and has been instrumental in helping to steer Princeton successfully through consolidation and other uncertain times. She will leave a big hole in the -organization when she leaves, and I will miss her.”
Ms. Monzo has worked for the municipality since 2004, serving as Princeton Township chief financial officer and tax collector, then acting administrator of the Township in the year before consolidation, and in her present post since consolidation in 2013. She grew up in Princeton Junction. “We were in Princeton all the time,” she said. “My mom worked for St. Paul’s School, we shopped here, went to church here. Princeton has always been my home.”
She will begin her new job as North Brunswick administrator on June 1, replacing Robert Lombard, who is retiring.
In other Council personnel news, administrator Marc Dashield stated that a successor for retiring municipal engineer Robert Kiser will soon be announced.