Greg Lambard began his career with the State of New Jersey in 1991 after obtaining a B.A. from the University of Maryland and a M.A. from Rutgers University (both in Criminal Justice). He has served the State Judiciary as a court administrator and a researcher/statistician. Additionally he served two years in the NJ Governor’s Office as Special Assistant to the State’s Chief Information Officer. He has served the Judiciary in the AOC-Family Practice Division, and in the Morris Vicinage Family, Operations, and Criminal Divisions. He is currently the Chief Probation Officer in the Burlington Vicinage, and an Advisory Board member of the Mid-Atlantic Association for Court Management. He project managed the creation of the State’s first Family Drug Court, and the implementation of Central Judicial Processing court in Morris County. He is currently working on enhancing the collaboration of all county and state partners involved in working with juveniles.