Commissioner Carol Musso

Freeholder Musso was elected in November of 2011(the term Freeholder was changed to County Commissioner in 2021); she is currently the Board’s longest currently serving member. She previously served on the Deerfield Township Committee for 16 years, including service as Mayor and Deputy Mayor. Musso serves as the Vice President of the South Jersey County Commissioner Association and previously represented Cumberland County as a member of the League of Municipalities.
For decades, Carol has been engaged in varied and extensive civic, charitable, and business activities throughout Cumberland County. She has tirelessly supported the County’s business community as a Board Member and Chair of the Bridgeton Area Chamber of Commerce as well as active membership in Vineland and Millville Chambers of Commerce. Musso serves as Treasurer and Member of the Cumberland County Technical Educational Center Foundation Board, President and member of the Board for the Salem County Habitat for Humanity, a member of the South Jersey Healthcare Auxiliary Board, and a member of the M25 (Code Blue) Homeless Initiative Board. Musso is former President of the International Management Council, former Board Member and Chairwoman of the Cumberland Development Corporation, and former Board Member and 1st Vice-Chair of Gateway Community Action Partnership. Musso has earned a well-deserved reputation for hard work and dedication to the organizations and causes she supports.
She has worked in the banking industry for over 35 years and is currently the Vice President of Business Development at Century Savings Bank, a Cumberland County-based community bank. She attended Cumberland County College and continued her banking-related education at the American Institute of Bankers. 
Carol is a long-time resident of Deerfield Township and the proud mother of twin daughters.

Finding Ways To Help The Community

Our Citizens are experiencing a very different kind of Emergent Event.  For so many years we have learned how to adapt to major weather events.  Never before have we dealt with a Public Health Crisis of this magnitude impacting our citizens health and welfare and business continuity throughout our community.