Joseph Myers, chief operating officer and vice president of operations for Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, has been named the newest member of The Salvation Army Advisory Board of Southwest New Jersey.

Myers, a Bordentown City commissioner, first started at Cooper Ferry Partnership in 1999 as a graduate intern and served as a project manager before his promotion to current role as COO and vice president of operations in 2009. In his current position, Myers oversees operations and responsibilities include the oversight of $4 million of an annual operating budget, management of a multi-million dollar special project budget, coordination of the organization’s foundation portfolio and management of the organization’s professional service contracts.

Myers has a bachelor’s degree in political science from The College of New Jersey, as well as master’s degrees in government administration and political science from University of Pennsylvania.