Marc D. Dashied is a retired business administrator for the Municipality of Princeton, with two decades of experience specializing in fiscal management, economic development, community/business revitalization, and labor relations.
Among Dashield’s accomplishments, he served as the Chief Executive Officer or Chief Administrative Officer for diverse communities, including the City of Plainfield, Montclair, and Princeton. He also served in senior management positions in zoning/planning, finance, and policy development in the City of Elizabeth, Township of Franklin (Somerset County), and N. J. Department of Education.
Captain Dashield served as an Army Reserve officer and was deployed during Operation Desert Storm as a Civil Affairs liaison officer supporting allied forces in Saudi Arabia.
Dashield was an adjunct professor teaching public administration, conflict resolution, local government in New Jersey at Kean University. Dashield is a long-time member of various professional organizations, including the National Forum of Black Public Administrators and the New Jersey Municipal Manager Association. He served on the Executive Board of the Mid Jersey Joint Insurance Fund and as a member of the New Jersey League of Municipalities Legislative Committee.
Marc Dashield holds a master’s degree in Public Administration and a Certified Municipal Finance Officer for twenty years.