Jay Webber is married to Johanna, and together the couple has eight children. The Webbers live in Morris Plains, where Jay is a swim dad for his daughters and a baseball coach for his sons. Jay owns and operates his own small business in Whippany, providing jobs and practicing law with Webber McGill.
Jay was raised in Clifton, attended The Johns Hopkins University, and later earned his law degree from Harvard Law School, where, most importantly, he met his classmate and future bride, Johanna.
Jay proudly represents the residents of the 26th District in the New Jersey General Assembly. For his legislative service, Jay has earned numerous awards, including the Fairfield Police Faith & Honor Award; Outstanding Legislator of the Year Award from the Society for Environmental Economic Development; Guardian of Small Business Award; and Taxpayer Hero Award, among others.
One of Jay’s favorite interests is his service on the Reagan Ranch Board of Governors, which is dedicated to preserving President’s Reagan’s former ranch in Santa Barbara, California as a place of learning and inspiration for generations to come. He also was a Fellow of the Aspen Institute’s Rodel Fellowships in Public Leadership, which convenes the nation’s political leaders with reputations for intellect, thoughtfulness, and commitment to civil dialogue.