It’s official, I’m running for Los Angeles City Council District 10 and I will be on the ballot in March of 2020.
As an L.A. native, nothing gave me more pleasure than serving as a Commissioner On Status of Women and Panelist on the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners Permit Review under Mayor Eric Garcetti. I am asking for your help in elevating my service in L.A. to the Office of Council District 10. I am confident that with your support and guidance, we can improve the quality of life in the communities of Council District 10 and our City of Angels.
As a practical problem solver, I have looked at many solutions to the challenges presented before us and look forward to sharing them more in depth with you over the course of this campaign.
I’m running to bring a fresh perspective and vision to solve the very tough issues we are facing like increasing affordable housing and housing our rapidly increasing homeless population. It is a humanitarian crisis and must handled with the deepest sense of urgency.
It is also my belief that I have a particular set of skills and industry experiences to bring environmentally sustainable solutions through my background in construction and business development that can play a critical role in delivering better housing in half the time at half the cost and ushering in a new renaissance for Los Angeles.
Four reasons I can win:
From fighting for a living wage to growing jobs through entrepreneurship to the fight to end human trafficking I have been on the forefront. I look forward to tackling these issues with your support.
I’m asking friends and allies for your financial support today to help us get this campaign off the ground.