Samantha Perlman is running for Marlborough City Council to advocate for the community that raised her and help envision the city’s future. By witnessing youth mobilization and the capacity to be a change agent early on in her life, Sam greatly values public service and understands the unlocked potential of authentic civic engagement.
A proud graduate of Emory University and Marlborough High School, Sam works at a nonprofit dedicated to evidence-based policy and is Chair of her city’s Cultural Council. As Councilor, Sam will be a tireless advocate for an accountable and innovative local government that engages the diverse resident population and vibrant community assets. If elected, Sam will be the youngest woman to serve on the Council. With her passion for civic engagement as well as experiences in collaborative community building and systemic policy change, Sam is ready to serve as a voice for our future for the residents of Marlborough.