ACDC Executive Committee
- Chairman – Michael Suleiman, Galloway Twp.
- Vice Chairwoman – Audrey Miles, Brigantine
- Secretary – Sherry Elder, Atlantic City
- Treasurer – Don "Butch" Burroughs, Absecon
- Assistant Secretary – Eva Smith, Linwood
- Deputy Treasurer - Wick Ward, Pleasantville
- Sergeants-at-Arms – Steve Young (Atlantic City), Margie Allen (Egg Harbor Twp) & Creed Pogue (Estell Manor)
- Solicitor – Former Senator Colin Bell, Margate
About Chairman SULEIMAN
Michael Suleiman is a dedicated public servant who puts the needs of the community first. For six years, Suleiman worked as a trusted aide and advisor to the late State Senator Jim Whelan, crafting public policy that benefited New Jersey’s middle-class and seniors. He also helped residents cut through bureaucratic red tape in Trenton so they could get the help they needed more quickly. Currently, Suleiman works as the Manager of Government Relations at the South Jersey Transportation Authority. In 2013, Suleiman was named one of our region’s “Top 40 Under 40” by Atlantic City Weekly. He is a member of the Stockton University Veterans Advisory Board and previously served on the Galloway Township Superintendent’s Advisory Team, acting as a liaison between the school district and the community at-large.
Suleiman has been involved in the Democratic Party since he was a teenager, using his enthusiasm and people skills to rejuvenate the Democratic Party in Galloway Township and Atlantic County. He was elected county chair in June 2016 and re-elected in 2018, becoming the youngest county chair of either political party in the state's history.
Suleiman graduated magna cum laude from Rutgers University and obtained a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Institute of Government. He lives in Galloway Township.
About Vice Chairwoman Miles
Audrey Miles has been a lifelong Democrat. She lives in Brigantine Beach and has been an active member of the Brigantine Democratic Club since 2008, holding the office of Secretary for 2 years. She was also a Committee Member for several years and is the current Municipal Chair. In 2012, after many years of hard work by the club to put Democrats on city council, Brigantine finally had its first Democratic City Council majority in the history of the town.
Audrey is originally from New York City, where she worked for many years in the financial industry. She and her husband, Bernard, moved to Brigantine 15 years ago. She currently holds the position of Financial Advisory Associate at Hanlon Investment Management in EHT, where she has worked for 14 years. She is also a member of the board of her homeowners association. Audrey holds a BA from Howard University.
Audrey and Bernard love the life here in New Jersey and enjoy whatever time they get to spend with their three adult children, one grandson, family and friends.