Carrie Woerner is Vice President and General Manager of MeetMax Conference Software, a division of The Wall Street Transcript. She established the software division in Saratoga Springs in 2008 and has grown it at a rate of 30% annually, creating new jobs in Saratoga County. Ms. Woerner has worked in software for nearly 30 years at firms such as Dell/Perot Systems and IBM. From 2002-2008, she served as Executive Director of the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation; in that role she expanded membership and donations, published a walking tour guidebook, raised funds to restore the First Baptist Church and secured a $130,000 state grant to restore historic buildings in the Beekman Street Arts District. She founded the Historic Saratoga Race Track Preservation Coalition and successfully advocated for preservation protection in the 2008 legislation related to racing in New York State. Elected Round Lake Village Trustee in 2008 and re-elected in 2010 and 2012, Ms. Woerner formed an Open Space Protection group and has proposed changes to local laws dealing with zoning and planning. She is a champion of fiscal responsibility at all levels of government, and has worked to control spending and reduce the tax burden on Round Lake residents each year in office. Ms. Woerner is a member of the Town of Malta Planning Board, is a member of the Malta Sunrise Rotary and serves on the board of directors of Saratoga Arts.