For years, I have been an advocate for justice and equal rights for all.  I want to take my advocacy work one step further by becoming part of the process that makes policy.  I want to help develop policies that help build community ties.  My approach to leadership involves listening openly to concerns of all members of our community with the goal of building an even better Princeton, a town that thrives economically while maintaining its small-town feel.

In my career as a civil rights specialist and throughout years of community activism, I have honed two core values: hard work and justice.  As a member of Council, I won’t back away from tough issues or from seeking community-based solutions that build a stronger Princeton for shared prosperity.

My parents worked hard to provide my siblings and me a better life.  I’ve applied this same basic principle of hard work to all that I do.  On Council, I will work doggedly to ensure that Princeton is a strong and safe community.  If elected, it will be my duty to address the broader policy issues that impact every member of our community.

I look forward to hearing from you, and for the opportunity to engage in an open exchange of ideas about the values and priorities that will guide Princeton in the near future.