New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno on Tuesday will give the Greater Atlantic City Chamber an update on the Christie administration’s ongoing efforts to foster greater investment and job creation in Atlantic County and throughout the state.

Guadagno will address a chamber luncheon in the Grand Room of the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City.

She is also expected to provide a progress report on the work of the New Jersey Partnership for Action, the state’s comprehensive economic development strategy.

Guadagno was elected New Jersey’s first lieutenant governor in November 2009 and was sworn into office on Jan. 19, 2010. In addition to serving as the lieutenant governor, she serves as the 33rd secretary of state.

She is leading the Christie administration's efforts to improve New Jersey's economic vitality, encourage job growth, streamline government, and make business feel welcome again in New Jersey.

Trauma seminar

Business consultant Winnie Anderson, of Linwood, will present a seminar, Break Free and Break Through: ACT to Create the Success You Dream Of, on Thursday at Stockton College’s Carnegie Library Center in Atlantic City.

The free seminar, in conjunction with Stockton’s Small Business Development Center, will explore the impediments to business efforts that result from traumatic abuse, accident, loss or other emotional wounds.

Anderson, a survivor of abuse and brain injury, worked through her own trauma to become a published author and consultant to other service professionals.

More than 30 years’ experience reporting and editing for newspapers and magazines in Illinois, Colorado, Texas and New Jersey and 1985 winner of the Texas Daily Newspaper Association’s John Murphy Award for copy editing.