Term Ends: December 2026
Marie Potter was elected to the Randolph Township Council in November of 2018 and again in November of 2022 for a second term. Marie served as deputy mayor in 2021 and mayor in 2022. As a volunteer in Randolph, Marie has served on the Randolph Township Board of Adjustment for four years, several recreation committees, and coached girls' basketball. Marie has been on the board of Center Grove Elementary School and chaired the build of the playground. As a previous Randolph Education Foundation (REF) board member, Marie founded the "Randolph Rocks 5K" race and she initiated REF's "Second Pair" project to provide warm clothing for Randolph students in need. Marie is an active member of Saint Matthew's parish in Randolph, where she formerly served as a trustee. Marie earned a bachelor's degree in engineering and master's degree in computer science, both from Stevens Institute of Technology. As Randolph residents for over twenty years, Marie and her husband John reside on Shadowbrook Way where they raised their four children-Sean, Katie, Matthew and Caroline.