Dawn Niles Chair
Dawn has worked for the CT General Assembly, House Democrats since 1992 serving as a Senior Legislative Assistant. She is an active member and Chair of the WDTC, Volunteer coordinator for the Windham Heartsafe Project, Treasurer and member of the Windham Center Fire Department, Commissioner for the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities.
Past membership: Windham Board of Selectman, Past Chair of the Public Safety, Public Works Commiitte, Past member of the Planning and Zoning Commission, Past Chair of the Charter Review Commission, past member of the Town Council
Lynne is Secretary of the Windham Democratic Town Committee. She is currently Chair of the Town's Board of Finance. Previously, Lynne served three terms on the Board of Selectmen.
Lynne has lived in Willimantic since 1988 with her husband, Andy Woodcock. Her three children are graduates of the Companeros program and Windham High School. She serves on the board of Generations Family Health Center and is a member of St. Paul's Church in Windham Center.
Lynne is Director of Advocacy at Universal Health Care Foundation of CT. She has been Associate Director of CT Housing Coalition; and, Director of Legislative Electoral Action Program and CT Citizen Action Group.
Pam Wright Treasurer
Pam has been interested in politics since her college days in Boston during the early 60ies where she was galvanized by the Civil Rights and Anti-War movements. Subsequently, Pam began her career as a language teacher (English and Spanish), working in city schools in Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, New Haven and Stafford Springs. Pam has lived in town since 1974 when she and her (anthropologist) husband moved into their Pleasant Street home, now known for the spreading flower garden that runs down to the street.
Since her retirement from teaching she has been involved with her grandchildren, the Master Gardener’s Association, The Garden Club of Windham, and led the successful effort to certify the city area of Willimantic as the 68
Dennis Cronin Assistant Treasurer
Dennis is a 10-year resident of Willimantic and has served as past chairman of Ad-Hoc Skateboard Park Building Committee, executive member of the Windham Democratic Town Committee, former member of Willimantic Public Library Board of Directors. He has two daughters attending North Windham School (Companeros Program)