George Quillan


George Quillan, Chair


George Quillan was first elected Chair of the Morris Township Democratic Committee (MTDC) in 2018.  A Morris Township resident since 1997, he also serves as one of MTDC’s representatives for voting district 7, which is on the eastern side of the Township and includes Liberty Greens, Canfield Road, the upper parts of Moore Estate, and surrounding streets.

George is an actuary who worked in the insurance industry for nearly 40 years.  There, he served in executive positions, designing and performing risk control for life insurance and investment products.  He retired from industry in 2013.  Since then he has pursued his passion for teaching and has worked part-time as a teacher and tutor of mathematics and finance.  

George received a B.A. from Yale with a major in mathematics, and a master’s degree in mathematical finance from New York University.  He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, and a member of several other professional organizations for actuaries and teachers.

George enjoys traveling, playing squash (not that he’s very good at it!), reading, explaining mathematical concepts to teenagers and adults, and discussing how to make government work for all people. 


Meg Kimberland, Vice Chair


Meg Kimberland was elected vice chair of MTDC in June 2023. Since 2021, she has been a district representative from District 4, which is on the eastern side of the Township and includes Woodruff Road, Maxine Drive and surrounding streets. Her involvement in government and politics flows from her strong belief in citizen engagement in all levels of government.
Meg was raised in New Jersey and has also lived in Massachusetts, Virginia, New York and Texas. Her two children were born in NJ and raised in NJ and Texas. After having lived in and traveled to many other places before moving to Morris Township in 2018, she can't think of a better place to live.
After receiving degrees from Smith College (1976), University of Virginia (1978) and Columbia University (1981), Meg worked in the engineering and finance sectors before retiring in 2012. Since retiring, she has filled her time with travel and various volunteer activities.


Josh Saks, Treasurer

Joshua S. Saks, the Treasurer of the Morris Township Democratic Committee (MTDC), has been an elected Democratic representative in Morris Township’s Voting District 13 since 2014. He has previously served as the Vice Chair and the Secretary of the MTDC. He has also been the Treasurer for the Democratic candidates running for Morris Township Committee in 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020 and 2023, and served as the chair of the Democratic candidate search committees in 2017 and 2018.

Josh is a retired computer programmer and systems analyst. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University with bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, he worked as a computer programmer. In 1981, he started his own business, Jeron Software Services, Inc., to offer systems analysis and custom computer programming services to small businesses.

Josh serves on the board of Planned Parenthood of Northern, Central and Southern New Jersey. In his spare time, Josh enjoys bicycling, birding, reading, crossword puzzles, and going to the theater and sporting events. He is also a sports fan and a lifelong Yankees fan.

Josh and his wife, Eileen, have three grown children, and four grandchildren. After the birth in 1981 of twin sons, who were small for their gestational age, Josh and Eileen founded a self-help support group for parents of premature and small-for-gestational-age newborns. They have been residents of Morris Township since 1977.


Peter Gallerstein, Secretary

Mary Ellen DeNoon, Committee Member

Jason Navarino, Committee Member