Gregory V. Poff II has more than twenty years' experience as a local government manager in New Jersey. Mr. Poff has served four local governments, most recently having served as the Sussex County administrator. In his current role as township manager, Mr. Poff serves as the township's chief executive officer leading and supervising the township's day-to-day operations.
Mr. Poff is one of seven practicing local government managers in New Jersey recognized as a Credentialed Manager by the International City/County Management Association. This credential recognizes professional government managers qualified by a combination of education, experience, adherence to high standards of integrity, and an assessed commitment to professional development.
In 2019, the New Jersey Municipal Management Association presented Mr. Poff with the Dr. Thomas J. Davey Academic Achievement Award for developing and implementing training for newly elected officials as well as lecturing on New Jersey local government.
A Morris County native, Mr. Poff graduated from Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania with a bachelor of arts degree in policy and management studies and received his master of public administration degree from the Department of Public Policy and Administration at Rutgers–Camden.