Moving Montgomery Forward


We are running for Township Committee because we believe Montgomery Township can and should be run more efficiently and transparently to better serve all Montgomery residents.  

Like many people, we are concerned about the direction our country is heading under President Trump and a Republican Congress. This is especially true now that our State is recovering from eight years of Governor Christie, and our town has been under Republican control for the last ten years (and until last year, complete Republican control since 2010).  Understanding the old adage that "all politics is local," we recognized that running for Township Committee is our opportunity to work to change things for the better.

Catherine Gural is a Six-Sigma Black Belt – an expert at process and efficiency improvement. She works for Bank of America/Merrill Lynch and is responsible for a portfolio of large-scale projects for the banking and brokerage businesses. Catherine has long been an advocate and volunteer for multiple sclerosis, a condition she has lived with and successfully managed since 2001. She has won a number of awards for her volunteerism.  Learn more about Catherine.

Marvin Schuldiner has spent nearly 15 years of his career helping companies such as Toyota, Procter & Gamble, JC Penney and Cardinal Health improve their operations by lowering costs and increasing customer service by applying lean production techniques. He is now a mediator, helping people resolve disputes and bringing people together.  He also has government and leadership experience serving as president of the Franklin Township Library Board, trustee on two homeowner associations and president of the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators.  Learn more about Marvin.

We both have young children attending public school in Montgomery. We chose this amazing place to raise our families and put down our roots, so we are invested in moving Montgomery Forward in a manner that keeps the town affordable, makes governance more inclusive and transparent, and honors Montgomery’s history and heritage.  We also want to understand what is important about the future of Montgomery to you.

We ask for your vote on November 6, 2018 and for your support before and after the election.  We are running to serve you, the residents of Montgomery — the town we call home.