Director of Planning, Economic Development, Education and Transportation Infrastructure
Bridges, Economic Development, Engineer's Office, Open Space and Farmland Preservation, Planning Department, Roads, Rutgers Cooperative Extension and Superintendent of Schools
Agricultural Development Board, Airport/DRBA, Bridge Commission, Construction Board of Appeals, Open Space & Farmland Preservation Committee, Planning Board, Safety Board, Southern New Jersey Development Council, South Jersey Technology Consortium, South Jersey Economic Development District, Member - Special Services School Board of Estimate, Member - Technical School Board of Estimate, Member - ACCC School Board of Estimate and Workforce Investment Board
Will Morey, a lifelong resident of Cape May County, was elected to the Freeholder Board in 2011. Morey is a graduate of Auburn University where he received his B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance.
Morey serves as Chairman of the Southern New Jersey Economic Development District. He is President and CEO of Morey’s Piers, a family owned business started in 1969 and recognized as a premier regional entertainment destination located in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Morey participates in the leadership of the Amusement Industry through the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA). He has served as the Government Relations Committee Chairman, the Audit Committee Chairman, on the Board of Directors and is a Member of the Executive Committee. Currently, he serves as Chairman of the global association in 2013.
Morey supports many charitable and community initiatives and has served on the Board of Education for both Wildwood and Wildwood Crest, the Boardwalk Special Improvement District and the Atlantic Cape Community College (ACCC) Foundation Board where he is County Chair for the Capital and Scholarship Campaign. Also, he is a past Founding Board Member and Trustee of Cape Volunteers in Medicine.
Morey is a licensed, commercial rated pilot, Certified Flight Instructor and has been a volunteer pilot with the Angel Flight Network since 2007. He resides in Wildwood Crest with his wife, Janice. They have two sons, Will and Kyle.