Working together for stronger communities.
“Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do.” – Bruce Lee.
Right now, our resilient communities require leadership that is courageous, knowledgeable and willing to do the work. That is why I’m running for State Representative.
Service to our communities is at my core. I’ve dedicated time and effort to elected positions within the Teamsters Local 117 Union and within Key Peninsula Community Services in which I serve as Board Director. Both of these positions require a thorough understanding of advocacy and the ability to mitigate emergent situations across the table.
I went back to school to complete a Master’s degree in Infrastructure Planning & Management from the University of Washington (Go Huskies!) so that I would be well prepared to help lead our communities in planning and preparing for the impacts of time and climate change.
- We must strengthen our transportation, healthcare, energy, food and water systems.
- Repairing and updating our infrastructure is key to healthy, sustainable communities. These systems are fundamental to community resilience, create jobs and provide pathways to employment.