Kellyanne Conway, the South Jersey native who managed Donald Trump's successful presidential campaign, will return to her home state this weekend to serve as grand marshal in a Christmas parade.

She is slated to lead the Hammonton Fire Department's Christmas parade, which takes place Saturday at 7 p.m., according to reports in the Courier-Post and Press of Atlantic City.

Conway, who grew up in Atco, Camden County, and graduated from St. Joseph's High School in Hammonton, is the first woman to manage a winning presidential campaign.

She will be presented with a key to the town of Hammonton during the event, the news outlets reported.

While New Jersey went for Hillary Clinton, Trump carried Hammonton 3,859 to 2,366.