Christina P. Clemans of Lower Township was appointed to the Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees by Gov. Chris Christie and was welcomed to the board at the Feb. 3 meeting.
Clemans is broker-owner of Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty of Cape May and is president of the New Jersey Association of REALTORS Housing Opportunity Foundation. She also serves as a trustee of the Realtors Political Action Committee and sits on the executive and legislative committees and board of directors. A Realtor for 31 years, Clemans is a member of the RPAC Hall of Fame, a Golden R and President’s Circle member since 2003.
She has been an active member of the Cape May County Association of REALTORS and sits on the Board of Directors and chairs the Government Affairs Committee and Scholarship Task Force, which grants a scholarship to area graduates. The association honors one student each year with a scholarship in her name.
Clemans is an active participant in the community and has served as a trustee of the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and on the Advisory Board of Historic Cold Spring Village. She also served on the Cape May Mayor’s Advisory Council and the New Jersey Supreme Court Ethics Committee.
Clemans and her husband, David, own Cucina Rosa Restaurant in Cape May and are founding sponsors of the Cape May Music Festival, Cape May New Jersey State Film Festival and Project Encore for Cape May Stage.
Clemans replaces Andrew Melchiorre, who resigned from the board last summer after 10 years of service. The next meeting of Atlantic Cape’s Board of Trustees is Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.