Spotlight On: Jane Bokunewicz
Atlantic City, N.J. – Jane Bokunewicz has been part of Stockton’s community for a decade but has only served in her role as faculty director of The Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism (LIGHT) for almost three years.
Bokunewicz was recently named the recipient of the 2022 NJBIZ Education Power 50 award and was in the top ten of those honored. When she learned she was nominated for the award, she was both surprised and thrilled.
“When the list was published, and I saw that I was listed in the top 10 among some very accomplished leaders in education, I truly felt the significance of the acknowledgment. I am deeply honored,” Bokunewicz reflected.
When the list was published, and I saw that I was listed in the top 10 among some very accomplished leaders in education, I truly felt the significance of the acknowledgment. I am deeply honored.
“LIGHT has earned a reputation for providing expert analysis of issues facing the gaming, hospitality and tourism industry. This award coming from one of the top business journals in New Jersey is an acknowledgment of the impact of LIGHT’s research and analysis in educating not only students here at Stockton but the business community and the general public as well,” Bokunewicz said. “While I was named as the recipient, I am thankful for the support of my colleague Sarah Grady, assistant director of LIGHT, Stockton University, Lloyd D. Levenson, the LIGHT advisory board and our partners.”
Reported by Mandee McCullough