Trustee Profiles

Alison Miller

Alison is one of the original founders of FOWWOS. A former Township Council Member, she has also served on the Planning Board, Zoning Board, and SPRAB, as well as numerous task forces. She is one of the founders of the West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance, which started as a trails subcommittee of FOWWOS, and now serves as its 1st Vice President. She is also currently serving on the West Windsor Parking Authority and the West Windsor Affordable Housing Committee. Alison has a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and a Masters in City and Regional Planning, and is a certified planner. She grew up in New York City, and has lived in Mercer County since 1979 and West Windsor since 1988. She is married and has two children and two grandchildren.


Bob Murray

Bob along with his wife Kathy have been residents of West Windsor since 1971. He is one of the original founders of FOWWOS.

Bob is a former Township Committee Member and was Mayor of West Windsor for two terms. He has served on the Planning and Zoning Boards for more than a dozen years and also served as Police Commissioner. In addition, Bob has served on the Board of
Trustees of Eden Autism Services in Princeton and the Verdon R Skipper Dyslexia Center Board in Bordentown.

He is Chairman of REM Associates, a management consulting firm, and is currently on the faculty of Rider University College of Business Administration. Bob holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Widener University.

Bob and Kathy’s two sons, Rob and Brad are graduates of
the West Windsor school system and still live in the area.


Ron Slinn

Ronald J. Slinn : B.Sc. (For), Sydney Univ.; M.Sc.(For), Melbourne Univ.; Ph.D. Duke Univ.
A West Windsor resident since 1970. Formerly Forester (Management), Australian Forest Research Institute ; formerly Faculty (Resource Economics), Duke University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies ; formerly Group Vice President, American Paper Institute. Retired 1995. Currently Vice Chair, West Windsor Shade Tree Commission and active in several local civic affairs including Friends of West Windsor Senior Citizens (President), Senior Center’s Retirees’ Group (Leader), Senior Center’s Advisory Council (Member) and W.W. Lions Club (Board Member and former President).


Rebecca  Marks

Becky moved from NYC to West Windsor in 2012 and joined FOWWOS shortly thereafter. A major attraction for the Marks family to the area was the practice of preserving open space and the amazing semi-rural feel that the town enjoys because of it. Becky is passionate about continuing the practice of preserving the open space and joined the board of trustees of FOWWOS to ensure the organization’s mission continues in West Windsor. She is interested in helping the town to not just preserve open space, but also to help identify the best uses for the land for the future. Originally from Chevy Chase, MD, she has seen the problems that arise when open space is not preserved and is committed to keeping West Windsor open and beautiful. She holds a BBA from Emory University and has worked for the last 8+ years in recruitment advertising helping brands attract talent for open jobs.

Andrew Kulley

Andrew was born in Princeton, he has lived most of his life in Rocky Hill, Montgomery Township, and since 2001, in West Windsor.  He earned a B.A. from Gettysburg College, and both M.S.and Ph.D. degrees from Purdue University. Now retired, he worked for many years as a Statistician in academe, government, philanthropy, and commercial research.    Andrew has served as a FOWWOS trustee for almost 10 years,  and also serves on the West Windsor Environmental Commission, Planning Board, and Site Plan Review Advisory Board.

John Sabino


Elliot Kleiman

Elliot grew up in Paterson, New Jersey. He’s been living in West Windsor since 1987. He joined the FOWWOS Board in 1996, which was soon after it was founded, after having first participated in FOWWOS’ Clean Streets Program. Elliot has been picking up litter in West Windsor on a regular basis for close to 20 years now. He has served as the FOWWOS Secretary and Assistant Treasurer for some time. In West Windsor he served briefly on the Environmental Commission, the Open Space Utilization Task Force, and the Berrien City Neighborhood Association, and he currently works at the election polls. Elliot has a BA in Civil Engineering from Newark College of Engineering and a MA in Sociology from Rutgers. He worked for the State of New Jersey for more than 30 years, first in land use planning and then managing grants to homeless shelters. He’s been working part-time in the West Windsor Library since he retired from the State in 2002.

Kristin Epstein

Having grown up in Atlanta, GA, Kristin first came to NJ to attend Princeton University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering and played on the varsity women’s soccer team as a goal keeper. It was the first fall in NJ (colorful leaves and geese V-formations flying overhead) that convinced her that central NJ was a beautiful place to call home. After briefly leaving the Garden State for work and graduate school (Johns Hopkins University), she returned to Cherry Hill, NJ in 2000 and moved to West Windsor in 2004. For 10 years, Kristin worked as an environmental engineer, most recently at the West Windsor office of ENVIRON International. She took 4 years “off” to stay at home with her two daughters and began her volunteer career. She is past president of the Princeton Area Alumni Association, past board member of Princeton International Academy Charter School, and an active Girl Scout troop leader. She is presently the Executive Director of YingHua International School, an independent, not-for-profit elementary and middle school in Princeton, NJ. Kristin also serves on the West Windsor Environmental Commission.

Kevin Appelget

WW native, runs CSA farm with wife Lorrie and three daughters, works for DEP …