Our Leadership

Retha Onitiri MS, PMP
Chair

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Retha Onitiri is the Chair of the Monmouth Country Democratic Women's Caucus, an active member of the Millstone Democratic Club and the Pan Handle Democratic Club, and serves on the Board of the Women’s Political Caucus of New Jersey.

She has over 20 years experience  in Telecommunication/IT and project management. Retha served as a Board Member of the National Association of Women Business Owners – Central Jersey, 2011-2013 and 180 Turning Lives Around, 2008-20010.

Her passions are professional organizational development and community service. She is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP).


Kathy Horgan
Vice-Chair

HORGANportrait.jpgKathy Horgan has been an active and dedicated member of the Red Bank Borough Council for the past six years.  She is running for re-election this year.  She has worked long, hard hours because she believes passionately in local government and is committed to serving the residents of the Red Bank community.  She has brought a fresh perspective to the issues and decisions brought before the Borough Council.

Among her responsibilities as Councilwoman, Horgan chairs the Education and Technology Committee, and is a member of both the Code Enforcement and the Public Works committees.  She is the Council Representative to the Environmental Commission, the Human Relations Advisory Committee, the Navesink River Municipalities Committee, the Rent Leveling Board, and the Fair Trade Town Committee. She is a member of the Advisory Council to the Red Bank Boys and Girls Club and is the Past President of the Red Bank Borough Education Foundation.

Kathy was raised in Oyster Bay, Long Island and lived and worked in Washington, D.C., Paris, Boston and The Netherlands before settling in Red Bank 14 years ago with her late husband Drew, a native of New Jersey.  She attended Wellesley College and the School of the Louvre Museum in Paris where she studied art history.  Kathy has been employed as the Liaison to the Board of Trustees at amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, in New York for the past 12 years.   

 Kathy is excited about being named Vice-chair of the Monmouth County Democratic Women’s Caucus and looks forward to implementing its platform across the county.

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