Villaggio works as a systems analyst bureau chief.
Villaggio is a graduate of the Taylor Business Institute,
and she received her Certificate of Public Administration
at Kean University. She attended St. Michael's School in
Cranford and Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark.
candidate has lived in Garwood for 25 years and has been married to her
husband, Anthony, for 28 years. Her daughter, Lisa,
recently graduated from Arthur L. Johnson High School.
Villaggio is a councilwoman and resident of Garwood and seeks reelection
this year. During her time on the council, she has served as council
president, acting mayor, police commissioner, chairwoman of multiple
committees including the finance, recreation and laws and licenses
committee, liaison to the Garwood school board and representative to
various committees. She has served as the mayor's representative to the
Union County Community Development Revenue Sharing Committee.
Villaggio is a communicant at the Church of St. Anne in
Garwood, a trustee of the Education Foundation of Garwood,
a former citizen member of the borough's zoning and
planning boards, a member of the original Garwood School
Facilities committee and a recreation softball clinic