Matt Slater has a bold plan to make Yorktown a better place to live.
His innovative approach will bring new jobs and vitality to our community by making town government more responsive and easier to use for residents and businesses.
Matt is focused on making Yorktown a destination by investing in infrastructure, creating walkable downtown areas and protecting Yorktown’s lakes and parks.
Matt and his wife, Kellie, have a three-year old son, Charlie. Matt is a program administrator for Westchester County, member of CSEA Local 860 and Grace Lutheran Church, where he served on the Congregational Council.
Matt graduated Yorktown High School in 2004, has a BA in Politics from St. Anselm College and received his Masters in Public Administration from Marist College.
Matt was a charter member of Yorktown’s Energy Advisory Committee and is a member of the Yorktown Elks and Son’s of the American Legion. He also served on the White Plains Hospital’s Breast Cancer Awareness Committee and Go Red for Women’s Health Committee.