Albert Wilson, Candidate for Charlton Town Supervisor
Albert (Bert) Wilson, who is seeking the position of Town Supervisor, grew up in Glenville and has been a member of the Charlton community for more than 25 years.
He founded and operated a successful retail business, Cycle Therapy in Burnt Hills, NY. For 6 years he worked as manager and executive in nonprofit organizations, most recently serving as Director of Operations for the Animal Protective Foundation. Altogether, he has more than 20 years of experience leading, motivating and mentoring employees.
Bert has volunteered for several community service groups in the Capital Region. He conducted bicycle safety and maintenance clinics for area Boy Scout Troops. He has performed event and project support for Prevent Child Abuse New York; The Center for Community Justice; A Place for Jazz and The Hadley Fire Tower Committee. He was a member of the Food Providers, a multi-agency committee whose mission was to alleviate hunger in the Schenectady area.
“I’m running because I want an open government that welcomes participation from all Charlton residents, regardless of their political affiliation. Our government will function better if we consider a broad range of candidates for Town committees and appointed positions, and consult with citizens on important Town decisions.”