Partners for Health honored Josh S. Weston at its Golf Outing and Tribute Dinner on Thursday, September 22, 2022.
Josh was an original member of the Partners for Health Foundation Board when it was incorporated as the Mountainside Hospital Foundation in 1990. At that time, he was also the Chair of the Mountainside Hospital Board. The Foundation became an independent public charity in 2007.
He served on the Partners for Health Board through 2015 and was instrumental in shaping many initiatives, including efforts to address local hunger and support seniors. He is currently a member of the Foundation’s Leadership Advisory Council.
Josh is the retired CEO and honorary chairman of Automatic Data Processing (ADP), an international computer services company which provides payroll, human resource and other services to more than 920,000 clients worldwide.
Throughout his life, and especially since his retirement, Mr. Weston has been a prolific and hands-on philanthropist and advisor. He is active on numerous Boards, including the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, KIPP NJ, NJTV (PBS), WNET/Channel 13, the International Rescue Committee, and Liberty Science Center.
Josh holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from the City College of New York and a MA in Economics from the University of New Zealand, completed as a Fulbright Scholar. He holds Honorary Doctorate Degrees from the City College of New York (Humane Letters), Fairleigh Dickinson University (Law), Montclair State University (Humane Letters), the Stevens Institute of Technology (Engineering), and Yeshiva University (Humane Letters).
He resides in Montclair, New Jersey and, with his late wife Judy Weston, has four children.