Meet Our Trustees

Jerry Foster, President
jerryJerry and his family have lived in the area since 1985, moving from Plainsboro to West Windsor in 1999. He and his wife, Sharon Waters, have two children, Matt and Laura, both graduates of the WW-P school system. Jerry?s professional expertise is in information technology, with a background in application development and enterprise architecture. Jerry?s past community service activities include the Plainsboro Rescue Squad and leading scout groups. An avid outdoors-person, Jerry enjoys sailing, backpacking and bicycling. He completed section-hiking the Appalachian Trail in 2018. His? bicycle touring adventures include completing five 500-mile bike trips for the Anchor House Ride for Runaways, three sections of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route and biking self-supported from Oakland to Los Angeles in 2010. Trustee Term: 2012-2020
Joe Gorberg, 1st Vice President
IMG_2131-JoeJoe and his family have been living in the West Windsor since 2006, moving from Northern California. He and his wife, Judy, have two grown children. Professionally, he runs an energy consulting and solar/renewable generation development company. Joe loves the outdoors. He is an ultramarathon runner, has bicycled across the US and, with his wife, around the south island of New Zealand. As a trustee, Joe plans to push for new infrastructure to make the area safer and establish new opportunities for bicycling, running, and walking in the area. Trustee Term: 2013-2020.
Daryl McMillan, 2nd Vice President
Daryl is a founding member of the WWBPA. He gained his love of walking and riding from his childhood in NYC. He became a more serious rider during the NYC Transit Strike of 1980. He has been riding ever since. The years of riding in NYC have given him an appreciation for riding in West Windsor and the surrounding community. He was one of the creators of the West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Map and is one of the volunteers behind the West Windsor BikeFest Community Ride. Daryl also works with the West Windsor Arts Council on the summer concert series. Trustee?Term: 2011-2019
Mike Ruderman – Treasurer
Mike and his wife moved to West Windsor in 2011, after enjoying the outdoors for 21 years in Boulder, Colorado. Everyone asks ?why move from Boulder to New Jersey?? The answer is time to retire and be near family – a grown daughter and new granddaughter in New York City, where he and his wife lived before moving to Colorado. Mike just retired from a law, mediation and arbitration practice, although still doing FINRA arbitrations here in New Jersey. Prior to going to law school at age 51, he spent many years in business marketing and a few years in industrial engineering. His first date with his wife was biking with her in and out of NYC as she was training for a Pyrenees bike trip. She is still actively biking, as Mike is, when she isn?t working diligently in their garden as a new Master Gardener. She marvels at how much more lushly things grow here than in Colorado, especially the weeds. Mike now enjoys biking and running here, but he misses Colorado skiing. But he doesn?t miss biking up Colorado mountains. He has discovered a number of the open space trails around West Windsor good for running and intends to help maintain them. He did the Anchor House Ride for Runaways this year. As a new trustee he plans to learn more about the organization and contribute where he can. Trustee Term: 2012-2019
Brian Clissold, Secretary
Brian Clissold is an avid bicycle commuter, tourist, and advocate. Having spent many of his younger years racing criteriums and road races, Brianstill enjoys riding at a quick pace. Now, however, the majority of his rides involve is daily round trip commute to Princeton Junction, self-supported solo bike tours, and riding with his family. Clissold is passionate about sharing the road, and is on a personal mission to ensure that cyclists follow traffic laws and earn the respect of motorists. You’ll see Brian year-round riding his commute, so be sure to say hi! Trustee Term 2016-2021
Stacey Karp

Bio coming soon. Trustee Term -2022

Alison Miller
alisonAlison moved to West Windsor with her husband, Richard, and two young sons, Solomon and Jonathan, in 1988. Jonathan went off to kindergarten and Alison went to Rutgers. After earning a Master?s in City and Regional Planning (MCRP) degree in 1992, she immediately volunteered to put her new expertise and enthusiasm to work for the community. She has served on Township Council, Planning Board, Affordable Housing Committee, Zoning Board of Adjustment, Site Plan Review Advisory Board and Cable TV Advisory Board, and, currently, on the Parking Authority, as well as numerous short-term task forces. Alison is also a founding trustee of both Friends of West Windsor Open Space (FOWWOS), of which she is currently serving as president, and the WWBPA. Alison played a key role in the development of the popular Trolley Line Trail and is the author of the ordinance banning debris in bike lanes. Alison believes in sidewalks, sidewalks everywhere, because even those leading nowhere today can be linked up tomorrow, and in bikable community design, less dense than a completely walkable community and denser than traditional suburbia, so that everyone who can bike can get everywhere necessary without use of automobiles and the advantages of both cities and suburbs can be enjoyed. Trustee Term: 2012-2022
Dave Robinson
Dave RobinsonDave is a native of Brighton, England and moved to the U.S. in 1999 from Singapore. He and his wife and son have been West Windsor residents since 2009. He says he has ridden a bike in Asia, Australia, South America and Europe and well as in North America. The craziest place to bike was in London before the recent cycling improvements. You may spot him riding his bike to work here. Trustee Term: 2010-2022
Anne Clifton
Anne and her husband have lived in West Windsor since 1989 and raised two children. Nearly every day, she walks laps around her neighborhood with an audiobook, regardless of the weather. Anne also enjoys biking and
hiking. Favorite hiking spots include: The Great Smoky Mountains (TN), Mt. Monadnock (NH), the Presidential range (NH), and the Delaware Water Gap (NJ). She still hasn?t traded in her 1974 Schwinn 3-speed, which she rides around West Windsor and neighboring towns. Formerly a chemical engineer, Anne also volunteered 17 years with WWP Girl Scouts and has been an active volunteer in her church community since 1994. For the safety of all, please exercise caution when passing cyclists, joggers, and pedestrians. Trustee Term 2018-2022.
Steve Hagen
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Steve and his family moved to West Windsor from New York City in 1999. He and his wife Suzanne have three children: Scott who lives in Washington DC, Stephanie who lives in Paris France and Sarah, who attends Penn State University. Steve’s professional expertise is in information technology, with a background in application development for Home Furnishing Companies. Steve’s past community service activities include the WWP Soccer?Association, WW Little League and WW Basketball. Steve enjoys sailing, bicycling along the Delaware River and bicycling everywhere in New York City. After working in Manhattan for 37 years and commuting for 23, Steve moved his company to West Windsor in 2013 and appreciates being able to bicycle to work.
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Ari, (aka Srini), has lived in the community, between Plainsboro, East and West Windsor, for over 20 years. He lives in West Windsor, since 2010, with his wife, and two daughters. Professionally, Ari?s expertise is in leading large, cross-functional information technology initiatives. He enjoys training for and riding Centuries every year in the tristate area, and come spring, you?ll see him training in the excellent bike lanes and roads of West Windsor and adjacent towns. He loves and keenly follows motorsports and hiking the beautiful trails around West Windsor. Ari firmly believes that roads are meant to be shared responsibly and respectfully among all users, and the more people get moving on bikes and on foot, the better it is for making our community more healthy, friendly and livable. Share the road; At all times.

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