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Sherwin Collins Ward 1

Sherwin Collins- Borough Council  Ward 1

Sherwin Collins currently serves as the North Wales Democratic Committeeman for Ward 1 and the council member for ward 1.

Born, raised and educated in southern Connecticut, Sherwin moved to Pennsylvania 1993. He has been a resident of North Wales Borough for 23 years. Sherwin has been married to his wife, Erin Conroy, for 21 years and they have a son, Sean, who is a graduate of North Penn High School and currently attends Pennsylvania State University.

Sherwin is a semi-retired businessman with over 25 plus years as an International Management Consultant working for several dozen companies in multiple industries across North America. His experience in analyzing businesses, recommending solutions and assisting companies in executing those solutions should bring a new perspective to the Borough Council. His expertise is in executive coaching, sales programs and business improvement programs. Sherwin has also been a high school English and Social Studies teacher and the Director of a collegiate football program.

Sherwin graduated from Fairfield University in Fairfield, CT with a Bachelor’s Degree in Politics


If elected to Borough Council, Sherwin will use his experience, knowledge and skills give back to the North Wales community, which is a great place to reside, work, play and raise a family. Sherwin’s focus, if elected, will be…

  • Enhancing the safety and quality of living in North Wales Borough
  • Boosting the communication between Borough residents and the activities and programs of the Borough
  • Advancing civic environmental stewardship in our Borough
  • Increasing development of the Borough’s downtown
  • Actively promote on council borough residents borough-related issues and concerns
  • Developing a cooperative and reciprocal relationship between North Wales Borough and Upper Gwynedd Township