June 3, 2020

Shaw is Energized by Getting Involved, Helping; Inspires Others to Do the Same

To the Editor:

Next month, we will be mailing in our ballots for town Council. We are fortunate to have three excellent candidates on the slate. We wish them all the best of luck.

We have known Dina Shaw for many years, and have seen firsthand the energy and commitment she gives to everything she does, whether it is running a successful business or leading the PTOs at Littlebrook Elementary and John Witherspoon Middle Schools. Dina is energized by getting involved and helping, and she inspires others to do the same. Her enthusiasm and positivity while leading the PTOs motivated us to volunteer — you can’t turn her down! She has a unique ability to reach out to others and help people work together towards common goals. She is a true public servant welcoming newcomers to her home. 

During this campaign, she has demonstrated her outstanding work ethic and willingness to put in the time to educate herself about the issues facing Princeton. She has been proactive in sharing her ideas with clear and informative weekly emails and regular Zoom sessions demonstrating her strong commitment to communication and transparency. We know that these valuable strengths will contribute to her being an excellent town Council member.

Please educate yourselves and make sure to vote now and in November. If you would like to ask Dina anything please email her at Dina@dinaforprinceton.com and consider joining her for a Zoom meeting today, Wednesday June 3, at 7 p.m. (email her if interested).

Wendy Wasserman Perello, Turner Court
Abigail Rose, Wheatsheaf Lane