Susan M. Cort
2016 – 2021
Susan has called Derry Township home for nearly 30 years. A native of Westfield, New Jersey, she came to Central PA as a television anchor/reporter for the CBS affiliate in Harrisburg. She is the Director of Communications at JPL, a leading marketing and communications company in the region.
Susan has been a leader in the community serving a number of non-profit organizations. She is a founding board member and long-time chairperson for Hershey Area Playhouse, served as a board member and vice-president of Hershey Symphony Orchestra, was a board member for the Hershey-Derry Township Historical Society, and a member of the Hershey Rotary Club, where she was president in 2014. She is a founding board member and past chairperson of the Downtown Hershey Association, a founding board member and long-time volunteer with the annual New Year’s Eve in Hershey event, and has been an Apollo Awards judge since its inception. In addition, Susan is active performing with the Playhouse and is a vocalist with the Hershey Big Band.
She is married to Doug Nicotera and is the mother of two grown daughters, Meredith and Mallory.
Susan serves as a representative on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and the Police Pension Advisory Board.
Marc A. Moyer
2016 – 2021
Marc received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, graduated from the United States Army Flight School, and obtained a Juris Doctor from Northwestern University School of Law. He is a hearing examiner with the Pennsylvania Department of State.
He and his wife Susan reside in Stone Creek. They have a daughter Alyshia who is currently attending college.
Marc serves as a representative on the Library Endowment Trust, General Authority, Board of Library Directors, and Industrial Commercial Development Authority.
Justin C. Engle
2014 – 2019
Justin was born and raised in Hershey and has been active in the community for many years. He founded the Downtown Hershey Association where he currently serves as the vice-chairman. He served on the Board of the Hershey-Derry Township Historical Society and is a past president of the organization. In his capacity as a Derry Township Supervisor, he has worked with many non-profit organizations in the Derry Township community helping to advance their missions.
Professionally, he is a Real Estate Broker licensed in Pennsylvania, New York, and Maryland, and serves as a Broker of Record for various commercial real estate interests. He has worked across the entire commercial real estate spectrum as a broker, developer, investor, and advisor.
Justin is a graduate of the University of Colorado where he earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Before entering the real estate industry, he worked in the public accounting industry performing governmental audits and income tax work.
Justin serves as a representative on the Municipal Authority, Industrial Commercial Development Authority, the Downtown Core Design Board, and the Subdivision and Land Development Plan Pre-Application Review Committee.
Richard D. Zmuda
Rick has always lived in Derry Township when he wasn’t away obtaining his education. He is a graduate of Elizabethtown College and the Naval War College, Newport, RI.
He retired from the Navy and Defense Logisitcs Agency where he served as a Contracting Officer for 32 years. Prior to working with the Navy and Defense Logistic Agency he worked with the Army in Finance and Accounting and Inventory Management.
He is married to Dawn and they have a daughter Kyra-Jeanne.
He serves as a representative on the Tax Collection Association, the General Authority, Downtown Core Design Board, Subdivision and Land Development Plan Pre-Application Review Committee, and is a Transportation Liaison.
Matthew A. Weir
2014 – 2019
Matt was born and raised in Hershey and is the fourth generation of Weirs to live in Hershey since 1911. He attended Hershey Junior College and earned his B.S. in education from Millersville University. He has lived in Hershey all of his life with the exception of 16 years when he lived in West Hanover Township.
Matt retired from Central Dauphin High School where he taught technology for 36 years.
Matt and his wife Jan have two grown children.
Matt serves as a representative on the Board of Library Directors, General Authority, Municipal Authority, the Tax Collection Association, the Police Pension Advisory Board and is a Transportation Liaison.