Now, more than ever, the ability to connect and access essential resources is critical to our health and can be life-saving.
It is at times like these we need proven leadership. Someone with the background, education, and commitment to the community to revitalize our city.
A long-standing advocate for small business, economic development, and public safety.
We know this is an uncertain time for all of us. As a community activist and leader, we want to make sure you remain safe and informed during this time of crisis. We are stronger together, and we need an experienced voice that takes action.
I believe Reno has entered a critical time that demands a consensus-building civic advocate that is passionate about protecting and preserving our neighborhoods. My personal experience of volunteerism with business associations, river preservation advocates, our homeless population, mental health facilities, and economic development has been the true force behind my decision to run. I have acquired a unique skill-set that has allowed me to build strong relationships and be a catalyst for real change. I have always had a desire to run for office, and my drive for becoming a candidate for city council started close to a decade ago, with the current state of things, I feel it is the optimum time for me to step up and be that voice for change.
Good afternoon Reno, as many of you know I am a dedicated advocate for the arts in our community, and being passionate about our neighborhoods also means we should work together to elevate and protect the arts for all of us. I will be holding a special round table session in the coming weeks to meet with community stakeholders and art leaders to continue we have a voice.