Governor Murphy Announces New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief
Governor Murphy Announces New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Sue Fulton to Join Biden-Harris Administration
TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today announced that Sue Fulton, Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJ MVC), will depart the Murphy Administration as of July 1 to join the Biden-Harris Administration as an Assistant Secretary for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Latrecia “Trish” Littles-Floyd, current NJ MVC Security, Investigations, and Internal Audit Director, and former Lieutenant Colonel in the New Jersey State Police, will serve as Acting Chief Administrator beginning July 1.“Sue has been a leading voice and an invaluable asset to my administration and to the state of New Jersey during her time at NJ MVC,” said Governor Murphy. “Under Sue’s committed leadership, the MVC has evolved into an agency that is more efficient, better organized, and fully equipped to respond to the needs of motorists across the state. While she will be missed, I look forward to seeing her continued leadership and future accomplishments as she serves the Biden-Harris Administration in her new role.” “I also look forward to the future of NJ MVC under the leadership of Trish Littles-Floyd,” continued Governor Murphy. “Trish served our state in the New Jersey State Police, where she dedicated over 20 years to making our state stronger and fairer. She has also led NJ MVC in her capacity as Security, Investigations, and Internal Audit Director. This unique experience, coupled with her dedication to serving New Jerseyans, make her extremely qualified to serve as Acting Chief Administrator.” “It has been an extraordinary honor to serve the people of New Jersey and Governor Murphy these past four years,” said NJ MVC Chief Administrator Sue Fulton. “The NJMVC team showed their determination, skill, and knowledge in revamping the MVC despite unprecedented obstacles. We serve more customers with more convenience in less time than ever before. Trish has been part of that transformation and I’m delighted to see her bring her leadership, experience, and commitment to the Chief Administrator post.” “I am honored to be asked to assist the Governor in leading the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission,” said incoming NJ MVC Chief Administrator Trish Littles-Floyd. “I am excited that Governor Murphy placed his trust in me and the current team of Motor Vehicle to continue to serve the people of New Jersey, as well as be a part of his administration. I am looking forward to building new relationships and making positive changes for the public.” Brenda S. “Sue” Fulton was nominated by Governor Philip D. Murphy on February 20, 2018, to become the Chair and Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC). Fulton was confirmed to the cabinet post by the full Senate on April 12 and sworn in as the fourth Chair and Chief Administrator of the MVC on April 17, 2018. In her current role at MVC, Trish Littles-Floyd is responsible for the protection of the NJ MVC’s infrastructure, executives, managers, employees, stakeholders, visitors, and customers. Littles-Floyd directs and oversees the development and implementation of policies, procedures, and strategies and oversees investigations of administrative or criminal acts. Previously, she worked as the Campus Safety and Security Director for Montclair Kimberly Academy. Prior, as Lieutenant Colonel in the New Jersey State Police Littles-Floyd held the position of Chief of Staff, reporting directly to the Superintendent of State Police. She served the New Jersey State Police for more than 20 years. Littles-Floyd is a graduate of Rutgers University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics.
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