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I am running for Ward 5 City Council to bring transparency and community partnership to our neighborhoods. It is imperative that we have leadership who is willing to fight and not be afraid to speak up for the community. We need leadership that is willing to work together for the common good of all. I am that person. I invite you to join me in making Ward 5 a better place.




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Monday, November 4, 2019 9:34 PM

Thank you!

Tomorrow is election day! I want to take the time to thank everyone who has supported me throughout my campaign. The Ward 5 community is truly incredible. Thank you to those who have shared their personal stories with me. I know that's not easy to do but please know, it has given me so much insight into who we are and where we are as a community. Whether you contributed financially, put signs in your yard, gave me a pep talk, or contributed in other ways it is greatly appreciated. I would also like to say thank you to my campaign team, family, and friends who worked tirelessly to get things done. You guys rock! This campaign has proved to me what I believed all along, that when you work together for a common purpose, we all do better. Now, let's get out, cast our votes, and win this election! 😃

Thursday, October 17, 2019 6:36 PM

My past work

It is difficult to get in all you would like to in a minute or two at a forum. I understand that it is hard to know what I have done when I talk about the fact that I have worked in healthcare, human services, and education. As such, I want to share with you some snippets with regards to the work I have done. Please ask questions if you want to know more. Just keep in mind, that for privacy reasons (patients, students, etc) I may not be able to answer specific questions.
I worked at Phoenix Residence direct care with adults with disabilities (3 years),also Midwest Special Services in their DAC with adults with disabilities (3 years), at Gillette Children's Hospital as a nursing assistant with children with disabilities for 8 1/2 years. I worked in education through NE Metro 916 as a paraprofessional (one year)in a program for teens who faced legal issues , East Metro Integration District for 12 1/2 years as a paraprofessional, also a program coordinator for two programs, one for extra learning like how summer school is and the other to bring kids from 10 different districts together for STEM learning and integration at the Science Museum 3 years). I also wore different hats when others were gone at our elementary school ( nurses office and building secretary). The past 4 years I have worked at a Clinic as a Laboratory Technician ( drawing blood, processing specimens etc.) It is a lot to get into within a minute or two at a forum. There is so much more to all of these positions and the work I have done in these positions. I hope this helps to at least give you an idea of the work I have done.

Friday, October 11, 2019 6:28 PM

Ward 5 Forums

So in the last two evenings I attended two City Council forums. I want to thank SAINT PAUL STRONG, SPNN, The League of Women Voters, our Community Councils, and all those who made these forums possible. I especially want to thank all of the Ward 5 residents that took time out of your evening to come out. In this evenings forum, it was tough to answer as much as you would like in one minute to each question. I want you to know that I was listening closely to the questions and understand that these are important issues to you. I am willing to meet with anyone that wishes to talk further on these issues. Together we can do better.

Monday, September 23, 2019 8:49 PM

A busy time of year

It is hard to believe how quickly the time has gone by since I announced my candidacy! I have had several opportunities to meet many people throughout ward 5 and learn what is important to each of them. I have spent many afternoons, evenings, and late nights both during the week after work, and on weekends on my campaign. It has been worth every minute of it! As we go into the last six weeks of the candidacy, things are even busier than ever. Forums, individual and group meetings, and other events are filling my calendar very quickly. Even so, I want the people of ward 5 to know that I am still listening. It may take me a bit longer to get to you if you have any questions for me but, please know I will get back to you. Early voting is in full swing, we are still door knocking, educating our neighbors, and signs are still going out. We are looking at holding a rank choice voting education event soon for those who wish to learn more about rank choice voting and how it works. I will add that to the calendar as soon as we have a definite date. Together we can made ward 5 a better place for all of us.

Sunday, September 15, 2019 10:14 PM

Early Voting

Early voting begins September 20, 2019. If you are unable to make it to vote in November, you have the option to vote early by mail. Just click on voting information on this site to begin the process or to recieve other voting information.

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