Nicole began working in Moorestown in 2005 and moved here in 2013. After moving every few years growing up and as a military officer, she’s proud to say she’s lived in Moorestown longer than anywhere else in her life! She has dedicated her professional and personal life to service, and has brought that ethic to her service on Moorestown Township Council.
Elected in 2018, Nicole served as Deputy Mayor in 2019 and has served as Mayor since January, 2020. As a council member, she has served as a liaison to the Economic Development Advisory Committee, the Low and Moderate Income Housing Advisory Committee, the Recreation Advisory Committee and Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Committee.
Nicole graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a Minor in Russian and served as a commissioned officer in cryptology. After leaving the service, she went on to earn an M.S. in Physics from the University of Washington and a Ph.D. in science education from the University of California.
From 2004-2021, Nicole served as the CEO of a Moorestown-based foundation dedicated to improving science and math education. In February, 2022 she was appointed as the CEO of a Camden-based nonprofit focused on environmental education and community service.
Nicole’s commitment to the community is evidenced by her service on many committees and non-profits, including:
Burlington County Minority and Equality Rights Task Force
Camden Air Quality Committee
Moorestown Business Association
The Rotary Club of Moorestown
Board of Directors, Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey
Board of Directors, Contact of Burlington County
Board of Directors, NJ Council of Mayors
Nicole has received numerous commendations and awards for her leadership and service, including:
NJBIZ 2020 Best 50 Women in Business Awardee
Burlington County 2020 Outstanding Woman of the Year in Corporate Leadership/Advocacy
Rotary Club of Moorestown 2020 Paul Harris Fellow
Navy Achievement Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, and Defense Meritorious Service Medal for her military service
Nicole lives in District 3, and in the last year has become the proud owner of 2 rescue cats, Kiwi and Kishka. If you’re on a Zoom listening session with her, expect one of them to make a visit!
Quinton Law is a third generation Moorestonian who has lived in town for all his twenty-four years. His grandmother purchased a house on Farmdale Road forty years ago, and since then the Law family has been a vital part of the community. Quinton has grown up with a clear sense of the importance of service and he is grateful for the opportunity to work on council.
Quinton graduated Moorestown High School in 2015, and as a four-sport athlete, his hard work earned him a scholarship to play Division 1 Football at Bryant University, where he graduated in 2019 with a degree in Economics concentrated in Public Policy.
From 2019 to the start of 2022, Quinton worked for US Senator Cory Booker, first as a community organizer and then on his staff. As a community organizer, he learned how to bring people together, regardless of what they looked like or where they were from. Over the last 2 years he has worked on issues dealing with Veterans, Mortgages, the IRS and Bureau of Prisons and has developed an understanding of how local municipalities can work with state and federal government to really get things done.
Quinton was appointed to council in January 2021. He ran and won in the November 2021 special election, to fulfill the term of his predecessor. And he now has to run AGAIN, this year, for a full 4-year term. As a council member, he has served as a liaison to the Environmental Advisory Committee and Tree Planting & Preservation Committee
Quinton is an active member of many other committees and non-profits:
Chair of the Scholarship committee for the Moorestown Alumni Association
Education Chair for the Southern Burlington County NAACP
Moorestown Alumni for Racial Equity & Inclusion (MAREI) – founding member
Quinton has been recognized by many organizations for his willingness to serve:
Bryant University: Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award
Endorsed by New Jersey League of Conservation Voters
Endorsed by the Burlington County Federation of Democratic Women
Endorsed by the South Jersey Young Democrats