Town Council:

AMY RANDALL

Amy Randall began her political activism in 1972, stumping for George McGovern. Her 12-year-old distress after his landslide defeat did not deter her from continuing to fight for the underdog. In fact, it was her inspiration. 

She left a career in fashion to become the Executive Director of the National Writers Union, Local 1981 of the UAW, where she fought for freelance authors and journalists. She was a founding member of the Hoboken Family Alliance and, for decades, was a vocal opponent of the rampant development and gentrification in the mile-square city. 

Amy and her family bought a home in Delaware County soon after September 11th. She has raised both her boys here and substitute teaches at Delaware Academy, where she also runs the after-school Spanish Club at the elementary school.  

In the spring and summer, Amy works in the private gardens of Birdsong Farm and does floristry for special events under the name Knot Hollow Blooms.  Amy can be found most summer evenings coaching T-ball at the Legion field. Go Cubs!