Who Are You? with Allie Bittner, Evesham Township, NJ

Posted on March 19, 2016

As part of a grueling ELGL initiation process, new members are asked to complete our version of the Wonderlic test. It’s an open book test and participants do not have to use a dull number 2 pencil to fill in tiny circles.


Allie Bittner (LinkedIn) the Manager Assistant/Analyst for Evesham Township in New Jersey. She is a graduate of the Villanova MPA program.  Previously, she interned for the Whitpain Township, the National Constitution Center, and the National Park Service.

Complete the following sentences.

In 2016, I will….

Resolve to be more active in connecting with my local government peers, which is why I joined ELGL.

I joined ELGL because…..

I want to connect with my peers, and actually submit articles to ELGL. Really, that’s actually my next email after this.

On my way to work, I am thinking…


About if I have enough time to stop at Wawa or not. (WaWa is a convenience store local to Philadelphia/South Jersey region. We are expanding. It’s a cult. It’s great).

Once I win the lottery, I will…

Probably invest my money and going off the grid so I can actually keep my money and not become a statistic.

You should probably know that I….

Really like cats?

Do you agree/disagree with the following statement(s)……Explain….

Police departments should equip each officer with a body camera.

Agreed. My Township’s Police Department has had them for the past year, it’s been working out good so far.

I am well versed on my retirement benefits.1e217aab568b6cb9a3e6e8216fafe108

Sorta agreed. I know what they are, and I have money set aside every month, but it’s not my biggest concern with paying off student debt.

I have no idea, nor do I care, how to use Snapchat.

Disagree. I am well versed in Snapchat. It’s great and a lot of fun. It’s so pointless honestly, but it’s fun.

I rather be an assistant manager than the manager.

Agreed. Just temporarily, right now I don’t think I could be successful as a manager- I’d need a little bit more experience.

I am a big user of the sharing economy.

Slightly agree. I use it occasionally. Since I work and live in the suburbs, it isn’t that big of a need for me.

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