About

About

I grew up in Trillium. I walked to school, Truedell, everyday. My dad was active on the PTA and I played on many sports teams here.

This district taught me the value of good public services, active living and strong community. Core values I hold today.

I went to Queen’s and earned my teaching degree and masters of public administration. All of this while living in Trillium.

As a teacher, I’ve taught grades 8-10 in math, history and English.

As a community leader, I have campaigned for schools, libraries, hospitals and good jobs.

I served on local boards, including for Lemoine Point, and the Council on Aging where I was the executive director.

And I have worked with students, seniors and small businesses in Trillium over my 13 years in politics and public service.

I will bring this experience – and my care for everyone and everything in our community – to City Hall.

It would be an honour to work for you on council.