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Doug Cabana | Christine Myers | Sarah Neibart

Doug Cabana

Doug Cabana

Douglas R. “Doug” Cabana is the longest-serving member of the Board of County Commissioners, having joined the board in April 1997 when it was still known as the Board of Chosen Freeholders.

He had been elected by his colleagues to serve as director of the board in 2000, 2001, and again in 2017, 2018, and 2019.  He served as deputy director in 1998, 1999, 2011 and 2012.

A past president of the New Jersey Association of Counties, it was under his leadership in 2006 that the association became an initial driving force behind the now popular concept of “shared services.” Cabana continues to serve as Morris County’s representative to that statewide association, a role he has held since 1999.

Commissioner Cabana was mayor of Boonton Township for six years and a member of the township’s governing body for 11 years. He is a member of the 200 Club of Morris County and a former president of the Morris County League of Municipalities.

Commissioner Cabana is an attorney who received his law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.  He also has a degree in business management from Ithaca College.

Christine Myers

Christine Myers

Christine Myers has a long history of public, corporate, and community service. She is a former elected Freeholder, successful corporate executive, small business owner, presidential appointee, and non-profit board member.

Myers won her first county-wide race in 2016 when elected to the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders. During her first term she served as Deputy Director and Budget Chair and earned praise from rating agencies for implementing a Debt Reserve Policy. Her County    Strategic Plan initiative ensured the future health of Morris County.

In 2017 Myers was appointed Regional Advocate, Office of Advocacy – U.S. Small Business Administration by the Trump Administration. During her tenure she met with more than five thousand business owners to identify burdensome regulations, reform or remove them in accordance with Trump’s Executive Orders on regulatory reduction.

Myers’ corporate career began at AT&T, where she managed the technology and communications of the 1996 presidential candidates, the Republican National Convention, and presidential election. She also led the team that won communication contracts for the Executive Office of the President and White House Communications Agency and the US Department of State.

Later, Christine was Vice President, Alliances at Lucent Technologies, Avaya, & Siemens Telcom where she negotiated global technology and strategic alliance agreements to deliver multi-million-dollar solutions for public and private sector clients.

She is co-founder of Madison Park Foods an award-winning all natural seasoning, flavor, and spice rub manufacturer with national distribution.

Myers served as President of the Board of Cornerstone Family Programs and Morristown Neighborhood House. Myers is the NJ Area Co-chair of the Order of Malta and prison ministry at Morris County Correctional facility. She was recently named Executive Director of Americas Gleaned Seafood. Christine is a graduate of the College of William and Mary. She is married and lives in Mendham with her husband Stan Gorski. They have two grown sons, Tom, and Stan.

Sarah Neibart

Sarah Neibart

Sarah Neibart is the Former Mayor of Mendham Township and currently serves as a Mendham Township Committeewoman. She is a lifelong Morris County resident.

Sarah is an experienced Republican strategist.  She worked as Deputy Campaign Manager for Bob Hugin’s Campaign for the United States Senate. Before that, she served as the Statewide Political Director for Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadgano’s Campaign for Governor. In 2016, Sarah was the National Ballot Access Director for the Chris Christie for President Campaign.

In addition to her work on campaigns, Sarah is a contractor who works on technology and security initiatives for a variety of different entities.

Sarah has never voted for a tax increase and is leading the fight against the growing problems posed by excessive taxes. In 2017, Sarah founded a non-profit focused on educating the public on New Jersey’s highest-in-the-nation property taxes and the negative impact that these taxes have on residents and businesses across NJ.

In March 2018, Sarah entered public service when she was appointed to the Mendham Township Committee. In November 2018, Sarah was re-elected and was voted Deputy Mayor by her colleagues in January 2019. In January 2020, Sarah was voted Mayor and in January 2021 she was re-elected Mayor. This past November, Sarah was the top vote-getter when she won re-election to the Mendham Township Committee.

In addition to her political and professional accomplishments, Sarah is a volunteer firefighter and is the Deputy Coordinator of the Office of Emergency Management for Mendham Township. Sarah is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Taxation Policy at Georgetown. Sarah graduated from the University of Wisconsin Honors Program with a B.A. in Political Science and a Certificate in Middle Eastern Studies. Sarah speaks English, Arabic and Hebrew and has spent significant time living and traveling around the Middle East. She currently resides in Mendham Township with her husband, where they have created an animal sanctuary for rescued pigs and other pets.