Cumberland County Prosecutor to Emcee Women's Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Jennifer Webb-McRae, Prosecutor of Cumberland County, will be the Emcee for the 2015 Cumberland County Women’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony, honoring accomplishments of local women.
Webb-McRae, a Vineland native and the first African American female prosecutor in the county. has been named one of the 50 Most Influential Blacks in New Jersey.
“We are so pleased to have a person of her caliber join us to honor the 2015 Hall Inductees,” said Louise T. Bertacchi, Founder and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Hall of Fame. “Her commitment to excellence and to her community are highly recognized, and her own accomplishments make her a role model for so many young women.”
The event will take place on April 30, 2015 at Merighi’s Savoy Inn in East Vineland. The  inductees will be announced in January.
Six women were inducted into the Hall of Fame last April, bringing to 34 the number of women to be honored since the Hall was founded.
Webb-McRae is a graduate of Vineland Schools and Glassboro State College and Rutgers-Camden School of Law, where she earned her law degree in 1994. She was Assistant Deputy Public Defender for New Jersey for six years and was in private practice for seven years. Webb-McRae is also a former member of the Vineland Planning Board and the Vineland Board of Education.