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Ginger Gibbs

Ginger Gibbs

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

A few things you might not know about Ginger…

What is your favorite artist or band?

“Harry Connick, Jr. I love his voice, his piano playing, his love for his wife and daughters, and his swagger.”

What was the worst style choice you ever made?

“The lopsided haircut in the late 80’s was the worst in NJ where I grew up… short/spikey on the left, and longer/curly on the right. Oh, and the bangs… lots of big hair styles with bangs in NJ. My lopsided haircut included both big bangs and “Sun In” hair lightener. The entire decade was filled with the worst style choices, many of which are back in style now. Let’s hope big hair doesn’t make a comeback anytime soon.”

Ginger Gibbs

Cat person or dog person?

We are dog people in the Gibbs family, without question. Or, as my kids would mock… “dawg” people. Our Molly Mae is the best little Terrier mix there is. We believe her Lab/Retriever mix brother, Buddy, came back to us in the form of Molly just a few years after we lost him. Molly totally has Buddy’s eyes! We rescued both of them but often think they rescued us.

What song, album, or artist could you listen to on repeat?

“‘90s rap is my default… Beastie Boys, Run DMC, Snoop Dogg, A Tribe Called Quest, and De La Soul are some that come to mind. I truly love most music but especially enjoy jamming to Janis Joplin’s Bobby McGee; belting out Billy Joel’s Piano Man, John Denver’s Country Roads, Connie Francis’ Who’s Sorry Now, or Kid Rock’s/Cheryl Crow’s Picture; dancing with my husband to Frank Sinatra’s Summer Wind, Garth Brooks’ To Make You Feel My Love, or Hank Williams Jr.’s Family Tradition; or having a good cry to Maroon 5’s Memories… to name a few.”

What is the last TV show that you binge watched?

The Fosters… just finished watching it with 2, then 3, of my boys. There were countless life lessons to be discussed with my teens/tween. We paused for many Q&As. At first, my teenage boys were reluctant to watch it with me. Then, they begged to watch more and wanted to include their youngest brother (12). While there were definitely some awkward moments, I can’t imagine how else I would have initiated some of the topics without the show’s prompts. My husband, Dennis, wanted no part of the show or the ongoing dialogue around the very relevant topics.