MARC SAMWICK

Marc Samwick, recently completed two terms as a Scarsdale Village Trustee, two of which he served as Deputy Mayor.  Marc found his time on the Village Board very rewarding.  As a Trustee, he was actively engaged in a wide range of village activities, particularly focused on finance and land use matters.  Marc championed the formation of the Freightway Steering Committee to seek extensive community input on the preferred use of the strategically located Village-owned property. 

 

Marc was a committed chair, member or liaison on a number of committees and councils, including the Finance, Land Use, Architectural Review Board, Planning Board, Historic Preservation, Youth Advisory and Parks & Recreation Committees and the Chamber of Commerce.  Marc also served as Police Commissioner.  In that role, he thoroughly enjoyed his ride-along patrol and getting to know the impressive men and women who protect our village.

Marc has also held civic leadership positions as a member of the Finance Committee of Westchester Reform Temple, the Board of Scarsdale Little League, the Young Leadership Committee of United Jewish Federation, and an alternate on the Scarsdale Planning Board.  He currently serves on the Building Committee of the Scarsdale Public Library.

 

Marc is a founder and managing member of Westmont Land Ventures LLC, with real estate investments and developments in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.  Prior to founding Westmont in 2001, Marc spent his career in real estate finance, working at Capital Trust (now Blackstone Mortgage), Fleet Bank (now Bank of America) and Chemical Bank (now JP Morgan Chase).

 

Marc earned a BA with honors from Union College and an MBA with honors from Columbia Business School.  He has lived in Scarsdale for 21 years with his wife, Cynthia, and their three sons, Jason, Oliver, and George, who all graduated from Scarsdale High School.

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