Office of the Township Manager

The Township Board of Supervisors created the Office of the Township Manager to serve as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Township. The Township Manager is appointed by a majority vote of the Board of Supervisors and is chosen solely on the basis of executive and administrative qualifications, education, and experience in the principles and practices of public policy and administration with respect to the duties of the office of Township Manager.

The Manager is responsible to the Board of Supervisors for the proper and efficient administration of all responsibilities and diligent execution of all authority and duties of administration, for directing the daily operations and achieving the established goals and objectives of the governing body.

Gregg Schuster – Township Manager

Gregg was appointed Township Manager in Warminster on May 23, 2016. His career in municipal government began as First Selectman, and Chief Executive Officer, of Colchester, CT. He then served as Township Manager for Pocono Township in Monroe County. Prior to entering public service, Gregg held private sector positions in both the satellite telecommunications and insurance industries focusing on business operations and project management.

Gregg has a B.S. in Business and Economics from Lehigh University and an MBA from the University of Connecticut. Gregg is a private pilot and tries to spend his free time flying. He and his wife Faith have two young children.

Amanda Zimmerman – Assistant Township Manager

Amanda Zimmerman joined Warminster Township in September 2016 as the Assistant Township Manager. Amanda has a Masters in Public Policy and has worked in municipal government in various roles since 2011. Prior to joining Warminster, she was the Assistant Township Manager for Worcester Township where she oversaw land development and parks and recreation. She has also worked for Hatfield and Haverford Townships in their park and recreation departments. Amanda is mainly responsible for overseeing the daily operations of land development and the Department of Licenses and Inspections. She hopes to use her experience to streamline and continue the modernization of the operations in the Department of License and Inspections and efficiently guide land development projects through the process. Amanda is looking forward to working on many different projects during her time here and working with the various boards and commissions.