Dear Friends of Sisters Network of Central New Jersey, Greetings to the New Year :

Thank You for trusting us to serve you, thank you for your continued generous support and most of all, thank you for your dedication to Sisters Network of Central New Jersey (SNCNJ).

2016 was a successful year for SNCNJ —a year in which we as an organization saw growth in our membership, volunteers and community partners. As we reflect and celebrate 2016 we are encouraged and have high expectations for 2017.

Our new Vice President, Rev. Martisha Dwyer, comes to us with a wealth of experience and has a heart for God and a passion to serve women. Reverend Dwyer served in the United States Navy, has a Master of Theology from New Brunswick Theological Seminary, Bachelor of Science from Rutgers University and was Intern Chaplain at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJ) CPE Program. Her work experience at RWJ includes Association of Clinical Pastoral Education – ACPE Supervisory Education Student/Candidate, Trauma Chaplain for the Emergency Room and Community Liaison. She is a minister at House of Prayer & Evangelism Church, Bound Brook, the mother of 4 and married to Mr. Radcliff Dwyer. We are glad to have her join our team.

A complete listing of our Board Members and Officers are listed under the About Us tab on our website. Below, we welcome the new members and officers to SNCNJ.

Professional Advisory Board Members

  • Rev. Edwin Lloyd, Financial Consultant and Pastor Mt. Zion AME, Princeton
  • Denise Johnson Miller, MD, FACS, Medical Director Breast Surgical Oncology at Hackensack-Meridian Health
Executive Officers
  • Chaplain - Rev. Catina Blackmon Jackson

Our board has changed over the years but our mission remains the same, we are here to “serve women, educate families and bring awareness to the dreaded disease of breast cancer”.  Throughout 2017 stay involved, continue to reach out at anytime, my door is always open, my ear is always available as we strive to reduce the mortality rate of breast cancer for African American women.


Warm regards,
Dorothy J. Reed, President