Assemblyman Carol Murphy has been named to the executive committee on the National Conference of State Legislature’s, the first New Jersey legislator to serve on the panel in more than two decades.
“We are pleased to have these dedicated women and men serve on NCSL’s Executive Committee,” said Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, the NCSL president. “These talented new members bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table and I look forward to working with each of them.”
Murphy is serving her second term in the New Jersey State Assembly. A veteran legislative staffer before winning the 7th district seat in 2017, Murphy is now the deputy majority leader and vice chair of the Judiciary Committee.
Joining Murphy are seven other legislators: Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia; Assemblywomen Michaelle Solages of New York; State Reps. Megan Blanksma of Idaho, Giovanni Capriglione of Texas, Debra Kekanoff of Washington, and Barry Usher of Montana; and legislative staffers Jon Courtney of New Mexico and Natalie Mulis of Colorado.