Past Caren Franzini Capital City Award Honorees
Anthony “Skip” Cimino
Anthony “Skip” Cimino, an instrumental leader in the conception and formation of Greater Trenton, serves as Executive Director of the NJ General Assembly Office.
Cimino represented the 14th legislative district in the Assembly from 1988 to 1992 and later served as Commissioner of Personnel during the Jim Florio administration. Currently serving as Board Chair of Princeton Area Community Foundation, Cimino was most recently a partner at the lobbying firm Kaufman Zita Group.
A native Trentonian and longtime friend of Caren Franzini, Cimino has dedicated his life’s work to improving communities in and around New Jersey’s State Capital. Prior to joining Kaufman Zita Group, Cimino was the president and chief executive of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton for five years. He’s also a former Mercer County freeholder and member of the Hamilton Township Board of Education.
A founding member of Greater Trenton, Cimino served the organization with distinction, passion and vision in various leadership roles including Board Chair, Corporate Secretary, and Chair of the Governance, Nominating and Compensation Committee.
An outstanding and deeply experienced corporate, community and political leader who shines as a committed champion for the revitalization of New Jersey’s Capital City, Cimino adds to a growing roster of outstanding individuals to receive the distinguished Caren Franzini Capital City Award.