Associate Director for Public Service
014 Kirby Hall of Civil Rights
David Woglom has 27 years experience in municipal management in southeastern Pennsylvania, including 20 years as the Borough Manager in Quakertown (Bucks County), where he managed a municipality with a workforce of over 100 employees and an annual budget of more than $20 million. He has extensive experience in finance and budgeting, labor contract negotiation, zoning and code enforcement, police, public works, stormwater, water, wastewater and electric. He is a member of the Association for Pennsylvania Municipal Management and the International City Managers Association, and has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Lehigh University, and a BA in Government from Lafayette College. Since coming to the Meyner Center in 2007, Mr. Woglom has completed work for a number of local governments and associations, including Emmaus, Lower Mt. Bethel, Easton, Kutztown, Forks, Hatfield, Williams, Wilson, Pen Argyl, the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs, and the Bucks County Consortium.