I ran for ANC in 2012 because I wanted to meet more of my neighbors and have a positive impact on our community – I’ve accomplished both!
Today, I'm asking for your vote on November 4th to help keep our neighborhood moving forward.
I’m running for reelection to make our transportation system more effective no matter how you travel, to improve the safety and beauty of our neighborhood, and to provide a voice of reason for our neighborhood in city decisions where logic does not always prevail. This is work that impacts every person every day.
In the last two years, we have:
- Helped pass a law that protects pedestrians and cyclists from dangerous and inconvenient construction.
- Improved parking policies and cleanliness by establishing a new Transportation and Public Infrastructure Committee to focus neighborhood resources.
- Improved pedestrian and cyclist safety by expanding bike infrastructure and maintenance so cyclists feel safe on the street and leave more space for pedestrians on sidewalks.
I’m proud of the work we’ve done to improve our neighborhood, and it’s because of this work I was recently elected by my colleagues as Chair of the Dupont ANC to provide leadership and stability to our Neighborhood Commission.
My professional experience helps me achieve these goals. I work in emergency medical services and traffic safety policy for the Federal Department of Transportation and also administer a national advisory committee, so I understand the positive impact public input has on government. In my off hours, I volunteer as an EMT with the Prince George’s County Fire Department responding to emergencies right on the DC border.
As Chair of the Commission, I supervise a staff of four and ensure that our neighborhood’s voice is heard throughout the city. If reelected, I will seek another full term as Chair to bring stability to our Commission and continue to increase public engagement and participation.
You can learn more about me, why I'm running, and contact me anytime.
Thank you and I would truly appreciate your vote on November 4th!