Human Relations Advisory Committee
The mission of the Red Bank Human Relations Advisory Committee is to create and foster programming and practices that make our community more egalitarian, welcoming, inclusive, safe and productive for our residents, our local businesses, visitors and the surrounding communities.
The Borough of Red Bank Human Relations Advisory Committee has adopted the following Diversity Statement:
Diversity, when it is accepted and respected, is a tremendous strength and asset for any community. It encompasses an understanding that each individual is unique and valuable to the welfare of the community. It recognizes and celebrates the differences amongst individuals, and capitalizes on the strengths resulting from these differences. Diversity works best when a community explores these differences in a safe, positive, and nurturing environment. The Human Relations Advisory Committee of Red Bank, NJ, in an effort to set an example for inclusivity, adopts the broadest definition of diversity with the following statement: The dimensions of diversity shall include, but are not limited to the following: race, ethnicity, persons of faith and non-believers, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity, disability, socioeconomic status, cultural orientation, physical abilities, political beliefs, age, and national origin and status.
- 6:30 p.m.
- The 4th Monday of each month
|Name||Title||Term Ends||Term Length|
|Kate Okeson||Chair||December 31, 2023||3-year term|
|David Pascale||Member||December 31, 2022||3-year term|
|John Paul Nicolaides||Member||December 31, 2023||3-year term|
|Nancy Phalanukorn||Member||December 31, 2021||3-year term|
|Pat Pinto||Member||December 31, 2022||3-year term|
|Diem Jones||Member||December 31, 2021||3-year term|
|Rosaleen Perry||Member||December 31, 2021||3-year term|
|Kali (Carlos) Carita||Alternate No. 1||December 31, 2022||2-year term|
|Jenny Dunkle||Alternate No. 2||December 31, 2021||2-year term|
|Hazim Yassin||Council Representative||December 31, 2021||1-year term|
About the Committee
On June 22, 1993, the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Red Bank adopted an ordinance that created the Red Bank Human Relations Advisory Committee.
The goal of the Committee is to advise the Mayor and Borough Council on ways to promote ethnic and cultural harmony among all Borough residents.
The Committee will propose ways to encourage goodwill, cooperation, and conciliation among the multicultural residents of the Borough. It will also recommend educational and cultural programs to foster unity and develop a sense of community.
The Committee is dedicated to fostering an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance of each individual. Red Bank is a great place to live, work and grow giving us a unique opportunity to recognize, appreciate and celebrate the many cultures that make up our town.
Reaching the Committee
If you are a resident of Red Bank and believe you have been harassed, intimidated, or discriminated against because of your race, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, and/or veteran status, you should contact the Committee.
The Committee will handle your incident confidentially to the extent possible. It will investigate the situation and will make recommendations to the Mayor and Borough Council.
To contact the Committee in writing, please send inquiries to: Red Bank Human Relations Advisory Committee.