Meet Our Trustees

Dave Robinson, President
Dave RobinsonDave is a native of Brighton, England and moved to the U.S. in 1999 from Singapore. He, his wife and his 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. His term ends in 2025.
Daryl McMillan, First Vice President
DarylDaryl 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. Term ends in 2026.
Anne Clifton, Second Vice President

Anne and her husband have lived in West Windsor since 1989 and raised two children. Nearly every day, she takes neighborhood walks with an audiobook, regardless of the weather. Biking has remained a favoriteactivity since childhood, and she still has her 1974 Schwinn 3-speed. Whenever possible, she bikes to local stores, the library, and post office instead of driving. She enjoys long bike rides through West Windsor andsurrounding towns, as well as mountain hiking in Eastern U.S. ranges. Her term ends in 2025.
Henry Murphy – Treasurer
Henry, his wife, and the three children they raised here are avid walkers, runners, bicyclists, and gardeners.  Since moving here most recently in 1992, Henry has walked his children to Hawk and the library, walked himself to the train, and prepared for eight full distance Ironman triathlons, eight or so stand-alone marathons, several two-hundred-mile bicycle rides, and a number of weeklong hikes and bike tours.  He never stops extolling the virtues of the town for outdoor and fitness enthusiasts.  His mission is to help others enjoy all the pleasures of West Windsor’s walking and bicycling and to help ensure those accommodations only improve with time. His term ends in 2025.
Brian Clissold
Brian Clissold is an avid bicycle commuter, tourist, and advocate. Having spent many of his younger years racing criteriums and road races, Brian still enjoys riding at a quick pace. He 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. His term ends in 2026.
Jerry Foster
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. His term ends in 2024.
Sandy Shapiro
Sandy has lived in West Windsor since 1979. She was a member of the original steering committee to create the WWBPA and on its original board for several years before returning in 2023. Having raised three children, all of whom attended the WW-P schools, she and her husband, Dan, enjoy worldwide travels, often on bicycle or walking tours, and sometimes with grandsons. Sandy is a longtime member of the League of Women Voters, the Princeton Photography Club, and other regional organizations. Her term ends in 2024.
Silvia Ascarelli
Silvia rejoined the WWBPA board in 2021 after previously serving from 2008 to 2013. She has biked across the U.S. and, in many stages, down the East Coast. She blogs about her bike aventures, small and large, on She also is on the board of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail. Her WWBPA term ends in 2024.
Steve Hagen
Steve Hagen pic
Steve, his wife Suzanne and three children moved to West Windsor from New York City in 1999. Steve’s professional expertise is in information technology, and his 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. His term ends in 2026.
Dave Kimmel
Dave Kimmel is a new resident of West Windsor but a longtime cyclist, walker, and advocate for biking, walking, and safe biking and walking facilities. He often rode a tandem with his dad and brother growing up, and as an adult, he has continued to ride his own bicycle for recreation and commuting purposes. Dave previously lived in Princeton, where he was a member of the municipality’s Pedestrian and Bicyclist Advisory Committee. He is enjoying becoming more familiar with West Windsor and looks forward to helping encourage and improve the safety of walking and biking in the township. His term ends in 2024.

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