Denise Hull is a proud resident of Upper Gwynedd Township with her husband, Dave and two teenagers, James and Kate- as well as their Golden Retriever, Ginger. As the Hull Family begins their 14th year here, they are most grateful for the community which has made what was intended to be a short stop, into a permanent destination. Only 2 years into living here, Dave faced a battle with Cancer, which he beat, thanks in no small part to the efforts of their new neighbors and friends. This outpouring of support, even though the family was new to the area, quickly made their new town feel like home and suggested to them, that perhaps it was time to lay down some permanent roots.
Denise grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and attended Ohio University where she received a BFA in acting and a BS in education. Moving to Chicago to student teach, she had the opportunity to work as an actor, teacher, tutor, non-profit director, and server throughout her 13 years there. Seeking a quieter and greener place to raise a family, she and her husband moved to UG shortly before the birth of their daughter.
Denise has enjoyed volunteering her time as the Vice President & President of Gwynedd Square Elementary Home and School Organization. She also spent several years working with Girls on the Run to bring that organization to Gwynedd Square Elementary and help as a coach and 5K Organizer. Currently Denise is thrilled to have gotten involved with local government as she serves her fourth year as Township Commissioner. She feels privileged and grateful to be a member of the first, Upper Gwynedd, all female, all democratic board, ever! She has also begun a new chapter as the municipal chair for the Upper Gwynedd & North Wales Democratic Party. Denise believes that the future is bright for our community and she is honored to have a role in making that happen.