Former Lambertville mayor Julia Fahl takes job at Archer Public Affairs – New Jersey Globe | New Jersey Politics
Former Lambertville Mayor Julia Fahl, a Democrat who led her Hunterdon County metropolis from 2019 to 2022, has taken a brand new job as a director at Archer Public Affairs.
“We’re thrilled Julia has joined Archer Public Affairs,” Archer managing director Invoice Caruso stated in an announcement. “Julia’s expertise as a former elected official and as an individual educated in all facets of points administration and politics on the state and nationwide degree is a crucial addition to our various and rising workforce.”
Then a 27-year-old political fundraiser, Fahl was first elected to the mayoralty in 2018, defeating longtime Mayor David DelVecchio 55-45% within the Democratic major. Fahl’s victory made her one of many youngest mayors in New Jersey, in addition to one of many state’s few brazenly homosexual elected officers.
Slightly than run for a second time period in 2021, Fahl chose to step aside, and off-the-line newcomer Andrew Nowick beat a DelVecchio comeback attempt 52-48% to succeed her; Nowick took workplace in the beginning of this 12 months.
Fahl labored as a lobbyist at Tonio Burgos and Associates throughout her mayoralty, whereas her spouse, Kari Osmond, currently works as chief of workers for Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-Ewing).