I am not a politician; I am a public servant
What I bring to this position, and the reason I am running again, is that I have a depth of understanding of the complex issues facing Lynnwood. I attend the meetings, read the materials, and ask thoughtful questions before casting any vote. I will continue to strive to build strong working relationships with community members and ensure respect is given to every voice in the process. As your council member, together we accomplished the following and I would be honored to continue to work with you for the next term:
- Successfully lobbied and won federal funding for the Poplar Way overpass and $4 million in grants for the 36th Avenue renovation.
- Supported the consolidation of regional 911 centers to save taxpayer money.
- Initiated an update of the City’s Emergency Preparedness Plan.
- Introduced the Social Justice Project to Lynnwood
- Served on the Police and Communities of Color Task Force.
- Revitalized the Sister City Program resulting in our new Sister City in South Korea.
- Launched the Gold Park Cooperative Project between the city and Edmonds Community College.
- Researched, proposed, and advocated for regional solutions to the homeless and drug crises.
- Created opportunities for neighborhoods to develop disaster preparedness plans through the Map Your Neighborhood Project.
Thank you for your vote on November 7th !