My Priorities

Effective communication has been a key theme throughout my professional career. I listen intently to the views of those around me, and then work to find common ground among diverse viewpoints to solve problems and achieve strategic goals. I want to represent District E in a way that benefits everyday folks. I will meet with, respond to, and talk with constituents on a regular basis.

Three Important Issues

1. Raleigh Needs Smart Growth That Puts Neighborhoods First! Development must respect neighborhood character and history and not overwhelm storm water systems, transit systems, or other existing infrastructure.

2. Raleigh Residents Need A Stronger Voice At City Hall! We need to expand opportunities for citizen engagement while strengthening the role of the Citizens Advisory Councils (CACs).

3. Raleigh Needs More Affordable Housing! Displacing low-income residents and seniors from their homes to put up high rises with high prices is unacceptable.