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Crouch Named Chief Strategy Officer at Choose New Jersey

Choose New Jersey, the state’s leading nonprofit economic development organization, has named Tim Crouch as chief strategy officer. He is responsible for leading the team that is developing the organization’s strategic plan as it continues to attract businesses to New Jersey.

“I am thrilled to welcome Tim Crouch to the Choose New Jersey team as our chief strategy officer and look forward to working with him to expand and strengthen our abilities to share the New Jersey story with businesses around the country and globally,” said Wesley Mathews, president and CEO of Choose New Jersey. “Tim’s public policy and strategic planning experience will be an asset to our organization as we advance our mission.”

Before coming to Choose New Jersey, Crouch served in leadership roles at the United Kingdom’s Department for International Trade for nearly a decade. Most recently, he was the director of investment, North America, where he led economic development and investment attraction operations on behalf of the British government in the United States and Canada. Before that, as former sector director of creative and digital, Crouch spearheaded a strategy that increased North American investment in the UK’s digital and media industries and helped UK businesses grow in North America.

“I am excited about this incredible opportunity to join Choose New Jersey,” said Crouch. “The leadership team has positioned New Jersey as a global competitor in key industries. I look forward to digging in on key issues and big opportunities for the state and leveraging the resources and talent in the organization to deliver jobs and growth for New Jersey. Having split my career between the United States and Europe and between the East Coast and the West Coast, I hope to bring an exciting new perspective to the brilliant work already being done by the team at Choose New Jersey.”

Prior to his time at the UK’s Department for International Trade, Crouch worked as a senior leader in both the public and higher education sectors, working on organization design, legislation, trade issues, and labor market strategy. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Bristol and a master’s degree from the University of Southern California’s Price School of Public Policy.

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