Your Candidates for Berkeley Heights Township Council
Angie Devanney served as Berkeley Heights Township Administrator from 2004-2007. She was named Business Administrator of the Year in 2004 by the Regional Gateway Chamber of Commerce. In 2005, she was awarded the Women of Excellence Award in the area of Environmental Advocacy. Presently she serves as the Mountain Park PTO President and the Secretary to the Berkeley Heights Police Athletic League (BH PAL), and is a small business owner. Angie is married to George Devanney and has two children: Ryan, a sophomore at Governor Livingston High School, and Abbey, a 4thgrader at Mountain Park Elementary.
Alvaro Medeiros is a successful business leader with a proven record of service to others. Over a 25-year career at AT&T, he has rose through the ranks to Sales Center Associate Vice President, where he oversees a sizable budget and has negotiated many large deals on behalf of the company. Locally, Alvaro has served as a Committee Member and Troop Activities Coordinator for Boys Scouts of America, Troop 368, and in several leadership positions with the Governor Livingston High School Marching Band. Alvaro and his wife, Amalia have lived in Berkeley Heights for 22 years. They have 1 son and 1 daughter who have also gone through our public schools.
Stephen Yellin is a lifelong resident who has worked to give residents a voice in our town’s future. He helped save the Emerson Lane/Free Acres neighborhood from overdevelopment, fought to give our firefighters the tools they need to keep us safe, and pushed for real improvements in communications and transparency at Town Hall. A recycling and environmental sustainability advocate, Stephen is a lifelong resident of Berkeley Heights and a community leader.