Alisa Cooper

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Alisa Cooper
Born June 5, 1952
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Residence Linwood, New Jersey[1]
Nationality American
Alma mater University of Maryland, College Park
Organization New Jersey Casino Control Commission
Title Commissioner
Term 2012–2014
Predecessor Edward J. Fanelle[2]
Political party
Democratic Party
Religion Jewish
Parents Dolores Cooper[1]
Website
http://www.njccc.gov/about/members/cooper.html

Alisa Cooper (born June 5, 1952) is an American Democratic Party politician. She lives in Linwood, New Jersey.[1]

Cooper served as Freeholder At Large for Atlantic County, New Jersey until 2012. While in office, she served as chairman of the land development and standards committee for Atlantic County, as well as a member of various other committees. She was re-elected to office in 2008. She also served as a Commissioner for the New Jersey State Council on The Arts.

In June 2012, Cooper was appointed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to serve as a Commissioner for the New Jersey Casino Control Commission.[1]

She is the daughter of New Jersey General Assembly Member Dolores Cooper.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Former Atlantic County Freeholder Alisa Cooper sworn in to state Casino Control Commission", The Press of Atlantic City, August 1, 2012.
  2. ^ "A Brief History of the Casino Control Commission", www.njccc.gov, accessed October 15, 2012. ("...Christie also nominated Alisa Cooper to fill a seat that was vacated when Commissioner Fanelle resigned to pursue other opportunities.")

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