You may already know me and recognize my red hat from my work to preserve Dimple Dell Park. When plans were announced to construct a $4 million asphalt project in the park, I founded and organized the "Keep Dimple Dell Wild" campaign to stop the development. I organize the large annual earth day community volunteer cleanup project, that brings out hundreds of people to the park.
I have the track record to show I’m capable of bringing about change and community engagement on a large scale - not just ideas, but action.
This will be a critical year that can change the course of our council, and move our city in a more positive, citizen-service direction and away from conflict that consumes too much time and resources. We need to get things done.
I’m a problem solver who brings professional experience as a lawyer, longtime Sandy resident and business owner, credibility as a community organizer and established relationships and networks to get things done on a local level.
My track record, my passion, my leadership, and my involvement are proof of my commitment to bring your voice to the City Council.