The Hoboken Quality of Life Coalition (QLC) is a coming together, a coalescing, of various groups and individuals concerned about the air, earth and water, about the density of development, the need for open space, the lack of parking, the flooding, and the host of difficulties that militate against a good and healthy living environment in this densely populated urban city. Since 2000, we have been actively advocating for these causes. The QLC was designated as a 501c3 organization by the IRS in 2000, and all contributions to the QLC are tax deductible.
WHO IS QLC HOBOKEN?
Media relations and communications consultant for nonprofits, small businesses and Fortune 100 companies; involved in Hoboken Historical Museum and Responsible Development Task Force.
Longtime civic activist who founded QLC Hoboken in 1999 after working with the Environment Committee in the 1980s to advocate for a cleaner, more livable city. Also serves as a board member for the Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy. She is a retired bank examiner.
CFA, analyst on Commodities fund at Wall street firm; board member of Elysian Charter School, member of Hoboken Family Alliance.
Retired attorney from a
Fortune 100 financial services company; currently serves as board member of Elysian Charter School and Cape May Point Taxpayers' Association.
Attorney and Head of the Public Defender's office for Hoboken Municipal Court; serves on the Board of Directors of the Hoboken Library Foundation.
Inés Garcia Keim
Union representative and board member of the Fund for a Better Waterfront