My Grandfather, followed by my Uncle, owned Trepp’s Flowers on Greenwich Avenue from the early 1900s to the late 1970s. My father, Mickey Trepp, was a successful dentist in Greenwich from 1953 to 1988, and raised his six children in the Milbrook section of Greenwich. My brother, Doug Trepp, took over his practice and still practices in Greenwich.
After graduating from GHS in 1984, I attended Bucknell University and received a BA in Economics with a minor in Biology. I worked at The Boston Company in Trusts and Estates and Private Banking, and then switched careers to Environmental Consulting at Stone & Webster, where I was involved in the Sludge Management Plan for NYC. From there I moved to London with my husband and became the Recycling Officer for the London Borough of Enfield, running a successful recycling program for 250,000 residents.
On our return to Greenwich in 1996, our three sons enrolled in Greenwich schools and I started a photography business. During their time at GHS, I managed the water polo and swimming programs for many of those years, as well as organizing extensive travel for the Greenwich Water Polo team.
In 2017 I successfully ran for the RTM, helping to organize my fellow democrats running for election in D8. We changed the makeup of our District to 50% women. I became the delegate for Public Works in January 2018 and was recently elected Chair of the District.
There are hard decisions to be made as we define and advance our priorities at the state level. I am ready to bring your concerns and interests to the state legislature and to fight for Greenwich's future.