Coltrane Stansbury currently serves as Manager- Diversity, Inclusion & Volunteerism at PSEG in New Jersey. In this role, he manages a portfolio of projects that support the company’s diversity & inclusion, community partnership, and employee engagement strategy. Prior to PSEG, Coltrane held several D&I and Corporate Partnership roles at Johnson & Johnson including Program Lead for the Gateway to a Healthy Community initiative- J&J’s signature program to combat childhood obesity in diverse communities throughout the United States. He has spent the last fifteen years working in the field of community and economic development, helping to empower families, residents and businesses in some of the most distressed communities nationally. That work has included serving as a Senior Policy Advisor to then Mayor Cory Booker (now U.S. Senator) in the City of Newark, NJ and as a Presidential Management Fellow at the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Coltrane is currently a Board Member of the Civic League of Greater New Brunswick. He holds a Bachelor degree from Hampton University and a Master of Public Policy degree from Rutgers University’s Bloustein School, where he was an Eagleton Fellow. He also holds an Executive Leadership Certificate from Cornell University and a Certificate in Public Performance Management from Rutgers University.