Dianne Solomon

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Dianne Solomon
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New Jersey Public Utilities Board Commissioner
In office
June 27, 2013 - Present
Years in position 2
President, New Jersey Public Utilities Board
Base salary$125,301
Elections and appointments
AppointedApril 17, 2013
Appointed byGov. Chris Christie (R)
Term limitsN/A
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Dianne Solomon serves on the New Jersey Public Utilities Board. She was president from January 2014 until October 2014 and has been on the board since June 27, 2013.[1]
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Prior to joining the NJPUB, Solomon served as Commissioner with the South Jersey Transportation Authority, which she was appointed to by Gov. Chris Christie (R) in 2010.[1] She served on Christie's transition team after he was elected in 2009. Solomon's husband, Lee Solomon, was appointed by Christie to the NJPUB as well.[2]

Solomon is an official with the United States Tennis Association, currently serving as Middle States New Jersey District Chair. She has also been an account administrator and executive director of the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation.[3]

Political career

New Jersey Public Utilities Board (2013-present)

Solomon has served on the New Jersey Public Utilities Board since June 2013.[1]

South Jersey Transportation Authority (2010-2013)

Solomon served as a commissioner on the South Jersey Transportation Authority from 2010-2013.[1]



Solomon was appointed President of the New Jersey Public Utilities Board by Gov. Chris Christie (R) on January 14, 2014.[1] She served as president until October 6, 2014.


Solomon was appointed to the New Jersey Public Utilities Board by Gov. Chris Christie (R) on April 17, 2013.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Nicholas Asselta
New Jersey Public Utilities Board
Succeeded by