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State legislator

Craig Alan Stanley, American state legislator. Recipient Community Service award, Seton Hall University Program 2000, 1995, Irvington, Public Service award, United Clergy Oranges, 1996, Achievement award, Frontiers International, 1996, award, City News Publication Company, 1997. Member of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Young Men’s Christian Association (central Atlantic area trustee), Irvington Chamber of Commerce.

Background

Stanley, Craig Alan was born on November 20, 1955 in Newark. Son of Lawrence Elwood and Kathryn Payne James Stanley.

Career

Regional sales administration manager Wang Laboratory Inc., 1980—1985. Member State Assembly, New Jersey, 1980—1985. Research assistant Assembly Democratic Office, 1990—1992.

Legislation policy analyst New Jersey Department Environmental Protection, 1992—1999. Legislation liaison Board Public Utilities, 1992—1994. Director New Jersey Black Achievers Program, 1995—1996.

Volunteer Youth Citizenship Programme Newark YMWCA, since 1985. North ward chairman Irvington Democratic Committee, since 1994. State assembly District 28 New Jersey, since 1996.

Member Education Committee. Director Corporation Program. Advisor board Project.

Politics

Leadership appointments should reflect the racial and ethnic diversity of the body of Christ.

Views

The strongest feature of Baptism is that ordinary people play a major role in the running of the Church.

Membership

Member of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Young Men’s Christian Association (central Atlantic area trustee), Irvington Chamber of Commerce.

Connections

Married Debra Michelle Fuller, 1985. Children: Camille, Christinsa, Cathryn.

father:
Lawrence Elwood

mother:
Kathryn Payne James Stanley

spouse:
Debra Michelle Fuller

children:
Christinsa Stanley

Camille Stanley

Cathryn Stanley