Holly Schepisi was elected to the General Assembly in November 2011. A resident of Bergen County and a community leader, she is a successful businesswoman and attorney who operates her own law firm.
A graduate of Fordham University School of Law, Schepisi specializes in governmental, corporate, land use and employment law. She is the managing director of the Clear Spring Capital Group, serves as the River Vale Township attorney and as alternate prosecutor for the Boroughs of Old Tappan and Westwood. On behalf of her clients, she is the liaison to numerous county and state agencies.
Schepisi has served as the Chair of The Women’s Institute at Bergen Community College and is a Board Member for the Foundation for Free Enterprise and the Bergen Community College Foundation. She also serves as a Trustee for the North Jersey Chapter of Fordham University School of Law’s Alumni Association and is a member of Women United in Philanthropy. She was a recipient of the 2009 Women of Achievement Award from the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey.
Schepisi attended Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, where she majored in politics and psychology, and worked for then-Congresswoman Marge Roukema. She also worked at the 1992 Republican National Convention, interned for the Organization of American States and interned in London for a semester for a member of the British Parliament.
Schepisi resides in River Vale Township with her husband, Paul, and their two young children.