Term Ends: December 2026
Helene Elbaum was elected to the Randolph Township council in November 2022. As a third-generation resident, Helene's family moved to Randolph over 40 years ago. A graduate of Randolph High School and Drew University Madison, she currently works as executive vice president of Newmark Commercial Real Estate in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey's largest women-owned commercial real estate firm. As a commercial real estate salesperson, she specializes in the leasing and sales of professional offices, medical, retail, and industrial properties throughout New Jersey. Helene also serves as Newmark's in-house expert in land redevelopment and property repositioning. In 2021, she received the Globe Street's Women of Influence Award for her contributions to the industry. As an avid volunteer in Randolph, Helene served on several municipal committees and boards. Most notably, she has served on the Randolph Economic Development Committee (EDC) for over 10 years, most recently as vice-chair. During her tenure on the EDC, she was involved with many of the committee's initiatives that continue today. Helene was also instrumental in the creation of the EDC's social media presence as well as its role with the recreation department's efforts in recruiting businesses to participate at the Randolph country fair. Utilizing her background in real estate, Helene served as a commissioner on the Randolph Township Planning Board. She was also a member of the Randolph Parks Advisory Committee, and is currently serving as vice president on the board of directors of the Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce. Helene resides in the Mount Freedom section of the township.