State Coordinator – New Jersey
Jersey Shore Tea Party
Mark A. Falzon is a Tea Party Activist in New Jersey. He is the President of the Jersey Shore Tea Party and Vice President of the NJ Tea Party Caucus (both elected positions) as well as the State Coordinator of NJ for the Tea Party Patriots. Mark is also kicking off the New Jersey Tea Party PAC as Executive Director.
His employment career, both full time and as a consultant, includes many notable firms, mostly in NYC which are listed here in chronological order: Salomon Brothers, RH Macy’s Corporate, Mitsubishi Corp, Farrell Shipping Lines, The American Management Association, Anju Woodridge, Continuum Health Partners and most recently AT&T as a SME (Subject Matter Expert). All these positions revolved around IT Operations, S/W, H/W and data center operations.
Mark and his wife Libby, married 32 years have 5 children and 2 grandchildren.
Mark’s motto for the Tea Party Movement is “CHARGE, DAMMIT” and has expressed an aggressive, conservative, constitutional point of view on numerous TV venues and countless radio interviews.
Nora Craig is a retired Information Technology executive with 25 years experience in various industry settings.
She has been published in security management strategy guides and served on IBM strategic advisory councils, and local government planning and environmental boards. In 2005, she organized a Katrina Aid drive and received a congressional citation for her work. She has served on several boards of directors of non-profit organizations.
Currently, Nora farms in Franklin Township, New Jersey with her husband and family. She is a U.S. Navy veteran, serving as an Air Traffic Controller from 1970-1973. Jessica, her daughter, is currently serving in the New Jersey Air Guard.
Nick Rago serves on the Board of Trustees of the Morristown Tea Party (www.themorristownteaparty.org), as Director of Communications, and Chapter Coordinator.
Nick travels throughout northern New Jersey organizing local tea parties, which are considered chapters under the Morristown umbrella. He has spoken to thousands of people at rallies, meetings and small gatherings for the Morristown Tea Party and other tea party organizations
“I offer boundless passion and a powerful message. I challenge everyone to become involved in our mission.”