Director of Planning, Economic Development and Information Technology
Economic Development, Planning Department, Open Space and Farmland Preservation, Library, Information Technology, Superintendent of Schools
Agricultural Development Board, Planning Board, Southern New Jersey Development Council, Southern Jersey Technology Consortium, Pinelands Commission, Library Commission, Member - Special Services School Board of Estimate, Member - Technical School Board of Estimate
Will Morey is President and CEO of Morey’s Piers, a family-owned business started in 1969 and recognized as a premier regional entertainment destination located in Wildwood, NJ.
Will and his brother, Jack, were recipients of the 2009 NJ Family Business of the Year award selected by The Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurship at Farleigh Dickinson University. Also, in 2009, they received the prestigious New Jersey BIZ Hall of Fame Family of the Year award which honors individuals who have devoted their time and energy to improving and revitalizing business in New Jersey.
Will has participated in the leadership of the amusement industry through its 5,000-member industry association, the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), culminating in 2013, when Will served as the global organization’s Chairman of the Board.
Elected to the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders (County Commissioners) in 2011, Will oversees the Departments of Planning, Economic Development, Engineering and Public Infrastructure and is the liaison to the County’s Open Space, Farmland Preservation, and Planning Boards. Will was also reelected to the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors in January 2020. Additionally, Will is presently the Vice Chair of the South Jersey Economic Development District, Chairing the District from 2013 to 2021.
Will supports many charitable and community initiatives and has served on the Board of Education for both Wildwood and Wildwood Crest, the Boardwalk Special Improvement District and the Atlantic Cape Community College (ACCC) Foundation Board where he completed a role as County Chair for the Capital and Scholarship Campaign. He is also a past Founding Board Member and Trustee of Cape Volunteers in Medicine. From 2015 until 2021, Will was the founding Chair of the Cape May County Coast Guard Community Foundation.
Will is a graduate of Auburn University where he received his B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. He is a licensed, commercial-rated pilot and Certified Flight Instructor. He resides in Wildwood Crest with his wife of 39 years, Janice. They have two sons, Will B. and Kyle.