Logo Contest Selection Committee
Below are the jurors for the logo contest - all dedicated to promoting arts and history in our community!
René Kammeyer Seeland - René is a graphic designer, illustrator and watercolor artist who has worked for ad agencies and graphic design studios in the area for years. When she was a sophomore at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School in 1975, her design of the Seal of the Township of West Windsor was chosen as the winner of the Bicentennial Seal contest, then was formally adopted as the official Seal of the Township of West Windsor. René now concentrates on her watercolor paintings. René and her husband Tom live in East Windsor and they have two sons, Billie and Chris, who are talented musicians.
Michael Quanci - Michael earned his Bachelor of Industrial Design degree from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. During nearly two decades of working inside large advertising agencies as well as small design boutiques, Michael cultivated a distinctive design aesthetic that integrates his study of 3-dimensional objects with his intuitive understanding of object placement within 2-dimensional space. He has been a freelancer for over 20 years working mostly for small businesses and non-profits, including West Windsor Arts, with a focus on logo design and marketing. Michael currently lives in Princeton, New Jersey with his partner.
Andrea Mandel - Andrea is President of the West Windsor Township Council. Before being elected to Council in 2019, she previously served on the WW Planning Board and Environmental Commission. She has lived in West Windsor for 32 years with her husband and daughter and has been involved in Girl Scouts, robotics teams, and several other local volunteer organizations. For fun she enjoys hiking, biking, reading and all things involving nature and technology.
Regina Honore - Regina is a 40 year resident of West Windsor. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a BA, and then Temple University with a MA in Public Personnel Administration. Regina worked for the state of New Jersey for several years and later stayed home for a dozen years to spend time with her children and work as a volunteer for WW-P PTA boards and other organizations. After completion of aNJ teaching certification, Regina was hired as a third grade teacher at Dutch Neck Elementary School and where she taught for 19 years. Regina is a docent at the one room schoolhouse at the West Windsor Historical Society Museum.
Maggie Walsh - Maggie is a volunteer with the Historical Society of West Windsor and the Community Outreach lead for the Year 225 Planning Committee. Maggie holds a B.A. in Anthropology and Irish Studies from the University of Notre Dame and a M.A. in the same from the University of Montana. If you are ever curious about spirituality in Ireland or Irish culture in Montana, Maggie’s always willing to talk your ear off! Maggie is currently working full time for Merrill Lynch. In her spare time, she enjoys baking bread, gardening, and making an obscene number of Spotify playlists. She has been volunteering with the historical society for over a year now and has lived in West Windsor for 24 years, nearly her whole life!
Trevor LePrevost - Trevor is the Vice President of the Historical Society and a lifelong resident of West Windsor. He has been involved in the Historical Society for over a decade. Trevor is descended from some of the area's first settlers, who arrived in New Jersey the 1600s. In his spare time, Trevor metal detects for historic artifacts around town and is an ameature photography enthusiast.
Paul Ligeti - Paul is the Head Archivist of the Historical Society of West Windsor and the Steering Committee/Media & Communications lead for the Year 225 Planning Committee. From 2009-2011, Paul designed an 11-mile self-led bike tour of West Windsor's history. In 2018, Paul joined the Historical Society and began leading multiple projects. This included building this website from scratch, setting up and maintaining active and successful social media accounts (Facebook & Instagram), singlehandedly digitizing and expanding the Historical Society's entire historic archives to around 17,000 items (and counting), establishing relationships with various community groups and leading several projects (including an upcoming "Dutch Neck Historic Walking Tour"), writing monthly newspaper columns on WW history in the West Windsor & Plainsboro News, and founding the Year 225 Planning Committee. Paul is in the process of writing a book on West Windsor history, to be published next year. He has a BS in Architecture (University of Michigan, 2016), a BS/MS in Civil Engineering (Carnegie Mellon University, 2020/1), and is working for the NJ Dept of Environmental Protection.