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Get to Know Us


Christine Zamarra


Christine has served on the Borough Council since January 2018 and is known as a tireless advocate for sustainability and walkability in Bernardsville.

Currently, she serves as Chair of the Public Works Committee, and member of the Personnel, Environmental Commission, Green team, and Cultural Arts committees.

She  is well-know for organizing borough-wide clean-up days, including the Raritan Headwaters Stream Clean-Up and collaborating to implement the Mayor's Wellness Campaign started under Mayor Sooy in 2018.

​Christine volunteers with the Green Team, Heartworks, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, School of St. Elizabeth, Bedwell School, Bernardsville Middle School, Girls Scouts, and the Sportsfriends Soccer Club. 
Relatedly, Christine teamed with the Bernardsville Police Department to create and launch the Drive Safe Bernardsville Campaign and applied for and received a grant to address walkability in Bernardsville, particularly on Bernards Avenue.
Christine received a BA in French from Drew University and has been working in financial services since 1996.
Christine is a native of Weehawken and a resident of Bernardsville since 2003. She and her husband have three children.


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Want to get involved in the Borough by serving on a committee?

​​The Borough Council is supported in their work and decision-making by Committees, both Borough and County oriented.

These committees are vital to our town government and need diverse voices and perspectives… including Democratic voices! 

If you have special experience or a willingness to serve, you can find details about these Committees (below) and a "Skills Bank" application form on the Borough Website.

Also, don’t hesitate to Contact Us!
A number of Democrats already serve on these committees and would be happy to talk to you!

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