I am thankful to the residents of Grover Beach for the opportunity to serve as a city councilmember. I chose to run for this seat in 2020 because I believe we can work together to better our community. Let’s set politics aside to tackle important issues that affect us all:
We must find a way to provide better access to affordable housing for families who are struggling to make ends meet.
We need to continue critical street repair and other infrastructure improvements throughout our city.
We must focus efforts on economic recovery for local businesses affected by the pandemic while we work to bring in new businesses. Grover Beach should be known as a city where businesses can thrive.
We must consider ways to increase opportunities for resident engagement.
I came to Grover Beach from the Seattle area over five years ago. I instantly fell in love with the city and decided to settle here with my husband, Tori, and my son, Jacob. I am employed as the Chief Operating Officer for a local non-profit developer. My strengths are in policy development, process improvement, and the creation and management of complex organizational budgets. I served on several non-profit boards. I also donate my time and expertise to numerous community agencies.