Sally J. Nadler, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Sally is the Interim Assistant Dean / Director – Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in STEM – Rutgers University
Chair – NJ Council on Gender Parity in Labor and Education. She is a well-respected energy and workforce development professional within the state of NJ.
Prior to Sally’s retirement from PSEG last summer, she had over 30 years’ experience in a diverse range of operations, technical, and managerial positions for the company. As the Manager of Workforce Development, Sally was responsible for overseeing a cross section of talent acquisition pipeline initiatives for PSEG including the college relations and diversity outreach functions, which included the company’s recruitment initiatives for women, people of color, veterans and individuals with disabilities. During her tenure, Sally led the design and implementation of many award winning, best practice and industry recognized outreach and recruiting programs.
Most recently Sally worked with NJIT and the NJ Advanced Manufacturing Talent Network to implement and register the MechaFORCE™ – Registered Internship Manufacturing Program (M-RIM). In 2013, Sally was appointed by the governor to the NJ State Employment and Training Commission, SETC, and was named the chair of the NJ State Energy Sector Partnership Council, SESP, where she oversaw the allocation of grant funding for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Training Programs. Sally was also appointed to serve on the NJ State Council on Gender Parity in Labor and Education, of which she now serves as chair.
She holds an AAS degree in Business Management from Middlesex County College, a BS in Management from Rutgers Business School, and a Master of Arts in Leadership from Bellevue University.