Yorktown Democrats nominate Jann Mirchandani for Town Supervisor, Steve Shaw and Tom Marron for Town Council, and Diana Quast for re-election as Town Clerk. 

Nominated Candidates Plan to Bring New Ideas, Fresh Perspectives, and Accountability to Yorktown Town Government 

(Yorktown, NY) — Eager to talk directly to the voters of Yorktown about their plans to bring accountability, tax honesty, and focus on quality of life issues like trash collection and safe communities, the Yorktown Democratic Committee (YDC) today proudly announced the results of their 2023 General Election Candidate Nominating Convention for the upcoming November elections. 

Yorktown Democrats have nominated Jann Mirchandani for Town Supervisor, Steve Shaw and Tom Marron for Town Council, and Diana Quast for re-election as Town Clerk. 

YDC Co-Chair Marni Rabin-Marron said: “There is a reason why the results of our General Election Candidate Nominating Convention for Town Supervisor, Council, Clerk and Justice were unanimously nominated–these accomplished candidates are all highly qualified and committed to making our town a wonderful place to live now and in the future. These strong candidates are dedicated to ensuring we have a local government that is responsive to the needs of all our neighbors.” 

Jann and her husband moved to Yorktown nearly 20 years ago with their two children, both of whom are now Yorktown High School graduates. In addition to being a small business owner of over 20 years herself, Jann is a well-known and passionate advocate for small businesses and nonprofits in the community. Jann currently serves on the Executive Board of the Greater Hudson Valley Council Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as the Council Commissioner, the first female to hold this position. She previously served on the Merger Task Force responsible for completing a feasibility study and ultimately working to oversee the merger between the Westchester-Putnam Council BSA and the Hudson Valley Council BSA. Jann is on the Boards of the Hudson Valley Gateway 

Chamber of Commerce and the Black Diamonds Academic Success. She is an active member of the Business Council of Westchester and the Association of Development Officers. 

Four years ago, Steve and his wife, Jennifer, moved to her hometown of Yorktown, where her family has lived for 45 years, to continue to raise their children, who are students at Yorktown High School and Strang Middle School. Prior to moving here, Steven had spent 25 years enjoying the great Town of Yorktown with his wife’s family. Steve’s career as a Project Manager and Corporate Trainer for the largest legal solutions firm in the world has brought him experience in collaboration, accountability, transparency, and compromise. Over the years he has been tasked with managing global projects for some of the largest law firms, acting as a subject matter expert in various areas, and developing and implementing internal certification programs. In addition to these skills, Steve brings valuable leadership experience he developed as an Eagle Scout. Steve has always believed in public service, and living here has inspired him to serve the people of Yorktown. 

Tom is a 20-year resident of Yorktown. He and his wife Marni moved to Yorktown for its beauty and open spaces and are proud parents of a Yorktown High School student. An 18-year veteran with the Greenburgh Graham Union Free School District, Tom is a High School English Special Education teacher at MLK Jr. High School. In addition to teaching, he also serves as a Building Representative for the Graham School Federation of Teachers and is a member of the Union’s Executive Committee. Tom has always been a passionate advocate for union membership and engagement. Tom has a robust record of community service and leadership within the Scouting community in Yorktown, serving as a Scoutmaster and is currently an Assistant Scoutmaster for a local Yorktown troop. In that role and as part of his love for the outdoors, Tom can often be found hiking the local trails that are so much a part of our beautiful area. 

YDC Co-Chair Mark A. Lieberman said: “The election of these candidates will mark a significant change of direction for our town’s government by electing people that bring a fresh perspective, new ideas, compassion, and the energy needed to meet the challenges we face in 2023 and beyond.” 

Town Clerk Diana Quast is seeking re-election to the position of Clerk for the Town of Yorktown. Having previously served as Deputy Town Clerk in the Town of Yorktown since 2003 and elected as Town Clerk in 2016, Quast has been helping others over the past 23 years of her public service career. As a 40-year plus resident of the Town and serving the people for 20 years, Quast is eager to show voters why she should be given the opportunity to continue to do so. With constant changes to law and procedures that make the Town Clerk’s office an important office for all residents, there are initiatives and programs begun during Quast’s tenure she is looking forward to continuing and expanding on. 

Pictured from left to right: Diana Quast, Tom Marron, Jann Mirchandani, and Steven Shaw