Executive Committee

Meet our Executive Committee!

Sasha DiMaria  




Sasha DiMaria became actively involved with the Webster Democrats in 2017 when she ran a write-in campaign for Webster Town Board. Sasha holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Daemen College in Amherst, NY. Currently, she is the Director of Operations at Parenting Village, a program dedicated to providing support and connection to Rochester area families via support groups, in-home visiting, and community activities. Previously, Sasha worked for 15 years in the child welfare system including her work in the New York State Office of Children and Family Services as the Buffalo Region’s Adoption Specialist providing oversight, training, and case consultation to state authorized adoption agencies, foster care programs and local departments of social services.

Sasha is a strong advocate for children and families and brings her dedication to supporting community to her role as Leader of the Webster Democratic Committee. She is proud to have been raised in a diverse, progressive family and is joined on the committee by both her mother and grandmother. Sasha has lived in Webster since 2015 with her husband and two sons.  

Ginny Contestable  

Deputy Leader 1

Originally from Buffalo NY, Ginny Contestable moved to Webster in 1986. She is a Communications/English graduate of Niagara University and currently a Senior Documentation and DITA Author at Xerox Corp.

Ginny has two adult children, Michelle and Dan, who graduated from RL Thomas.

In addition to being a member of the Webster Democratic Committee, she is a member of the West Webster Ladies Auxiliary where her son was an Explorer and a Board member of the Ladies Hibernians.

Joining the Webster Democratic Committee is an action Ginny took to help support democratic candidates locally, and work together with other like minded neighbors to share democratic values.

Pam Mauro 

Deputy Leader 2

Pamela Mauro returned to WNY after living in the Midwest for more than 30 years. She attended Washburn University in Topeka, KS where she helped create and served as president of the W.U. Legal Assistant Association. Her career as a paralegal included many years with the Federal Bankruptcy Trustee and working for a private law firm.

Ms Mauro also has many years experience in retail management and is currently employed at Verizon wireless in Webster.
She attended the Women's March in Washington DC in 2017, and was inspired to become involved to support the Democratic party locally. She chose to move to Webster in 2017 partially due to the "Midwest" feel of a smaller town (and her grandchildren are here!)
She joined the WDC upon its reboot in 2017 and is dedicated to supporting the committee and the community.

Jennifer Birdsong-Ng 


Jennifer Birdsong-Ng is an actively engaged Webster resident who, along with her husband, is raising 3 children in the town of Webster.  Jennifer has an Associates in Sign Language Interpreting from Rochester Institute of Technology, as well as a Bachelor's Degree and teaching certifications in the areas of Elementary Education, Secondary Social Studies and Special Education grades 1-12 at SUNY Brockport. She obtained her Masters Degree in Education at St. John Fisher College. Jennifer has been employed as a high school Special Education and Social Studies teacher going on 15 years, teaching US History and Participation in Politics and Economics, educating and motivating the future generations of young people to get involved, be engaged and to recognize that the only way to improve our society and all of our lives, is to vote, act and stand up when needed. Jennifer has been a registered Democrat since registering to vote at 18 and has chosen to live in Webster and promote the values of the Democratic party. She is a member of the Webster Central School District PTSA, a representative of the Webster Parks, Recreation, Open Space, Athletic Review Committee (PROSAR), a new participant in the Women's Club of Webster and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus and is our new secretary.  Jennifer is a strong advocate for children, working families, diversity and social equality and awareness.   

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