Ashley has lived in West Goshen for 15 years and is an avid environmentalist. In 2012, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geoscience and two minor degrees in Astronomy and Russian from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. During her time in college, she served as a sustainability intern for 3 years, helping to draft the University’s first Presidential Climate Commitment.
In 2017, she founded the West Goshen Sustainability Task Force (WGSTF), a grassroots group that pursues sustainability and environmental responsibility in West Goshen and the first of its kind. Ashley and the WGSTF were responsible for initiating the pursuit of the Tree City USA recognition, a first for West Goshen Township, and aided in the celebration of West Goshen Township's first Arbor Day observance.
Ashley regularly attends Township meetings and has been involved with movements such as Don't Spray Me and has advocated for renewable energy in West Goshen as part of the Sierra Club's "Ready for 100" initiative. She and members of the WGSTF also advocatedfor sustainability and natural resource protection as part of the West Goshen Township Comprehensive Plan.
Ashley resides in West Goshen with her husband and three children.
A 20-year resident of West Goshen, Shaun was appointed as Township Supervisor in April 2019 to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Mary LaSota. Shaun is a candidate for the unexpired four years of the 6-year term. He brings to the role 37-years of business senior management experience with responsibility for facility budgets in excess of $100 million and disciplined capital project investment. Originally from the U.K., Shaun received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Birmingham and became a U.S. citizen in 2002. Shaun’s appointment to the Board of Supervisors was by a unanimous bi-partisan vote of the four remaining supervisors, having come to the attention of the Board through his work as a 3-year member and secretary of the West Goshen Sewer Authority. If elected to complete the term, his focus will be on continued smart investment in our public infrastructure to minimize the need for expensive emergency repairs.
Shaun appreciates the quality of services and great amenities West Goshen has offered him and his wife Tracey and their two adult children John and Melissa. He hopes to earn your vote to continue to work as a team with the Board, township staff, and residents to ensure that West Goshen remains a wonderful place to live, work, and play.
Magisterial District Judge
Marty has been an attorney for 40 years in private practice representing thousands of people and small businesses. He has been an adjunct professor at Temple University for the past 20 years teaching law to over 1,500 undergraduate students.
Marty has lived in Chester County for over 38 years. He lives with his lovely wife Deb, and helped raise his stepson, Jason.
Driven by his belief in our community and upholding the law, Marty is seeking to become a Magisterial District Judge. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, the Bar of the United States Supreme Court, and the Bar of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Carter has lived in West Goshen for 10 years. A 2008 graduate of Drexel University, he is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Carter works as an energy consultant, providing evaluation services to utility companies across the US, specializing in measurement and verification of utility-administered incentive programs
Carter's experience providing evaluation and engineering services in the heavily-regulated utility industry will allow him to serve as a thoughtful and adept auditor for West Goshen.
A resident of the township since 2009 (and a 2003 graduate of East High School), Carter lives with his wife and 2 children.