Where are they now?

Isabel Miranda, who spent four days as New Jersey State Treasurer in 2001, is now practicing law at Gluck Walrath, a politically connected Trenton firm. Miranda was nominated by Governor Donald DiFrancesco on Monday, March 19 and started work on Friday, March 23. On Monday morning, New York Times reporter David Halbfinger broke the story that Miranda had been fired “from a high-level job at Citibank after internal auditors confronted her with evidence indicating that she had used her expense account to pay for thousands of dollars in personal travel while having an extramarital affair with a co-worker in California, according to current and former employees of the bank.” With DiFrancesco in the midst of his own scandal that ultimately forced him to end his gubernatorial campaugn, Miranda resigned on March 28. Among her colleagues at Gluck Walrath are: Michael Gluck, a prominent Republican and son of lobbyist Hazel Gluck; and Fair Haven Councilman Christopher Walrath.

Where are they now?