Maggie Wunderly – Chair
Maggie is a precinct committeeman for Naperville 63 and has volunteered for national, state, and local candidates. She has experience organizing volunteers, training precinct committeemen, and has also been a candidate herself. Maggie served on the rules committee at the Democratic National Convention in 2016, where she proposed election reforms.
Maggie lives in Aurora with her husband Chris and their cats. Her interests include politics (of course), writing, bird watching, and snowboarding.
Tim Skirvin – Vice Chair
Tim Skirvin is a programmer working in scientific computing and system automation. While he has always been deeply interested in local and national politics, he joined the Naperville Democrats in 2017 in order to help the Democratic Party grow and elect more women and minorities. Tim has historically focused on the Data Management committee, using available tools to manage the PC and membership databases, disseminate information on election candidates, clean up the web site, and explore collaboration tools.
Tim graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1999, and currently works at Fermilab. He lives in Naperville with his wife and son. His interests include board games, photography, and politics.
Steve Bosco – Treasurer
Chicago native Steve Bosco has been an Aurora resident of Naperville Township since 1988 and a member of the NTDO since 2010, when he became Democratic Committeeman for Precinct 58. Since then he has been re-elected four times and is ready to get out the vote in 2018! In recognition of his dedication, Steve was named the NTDO Precinct Committeeman of the Year for 2013, as well as the DuPage County Democratic Organization’s Precinct Committeeman of the Year for 2014.
Since 1984 Steve has worked for Encyclopædia Britannica, where he is the director of Editorial Technologies. He holds a BS in Mathematics from Eastern Illinois University and an MA in Mathematical Systems from the University of Illinois at Springfield. In his spare time, Steve is the family handyman. In addition to politics and home improvement, his other interests include travel, theater, and philately. He and his wife, Lisa, have three grown children and a baby granddaughter.