I am a mother, a grandmother, and a dedicated community advocate, and since 2020, I have proudly represented our community as a city councilwoman. I was elected with a directive to deliver results for our community, to ensure our vulnerable neighbors are protected and that our community's voices are heard. Since then, we’ve made incredible progress—but our work is far from done.
In my short time on Council, I have led initiatives such as the creation of the Office of Public Safety, which provides expanded youth services, and mental health resources. I vow to continue creating housing policies that protect tenant rights, stop landlord harassment, and improve homeownership opportunities.
Improving Public Safety
I have dedicated my career to advocating for community rehabilitation and violence prevention efforts. I helped secure $1.8 million in funding to reduce gun violence, as well as $300,000 in additional resources to keep at-risk youth out of the criminal justice system. Nothing is more important than the safety and well-being of all community members.
Antioch needs leadership that is committed to increasing public trust and transparency. I championed police reform measures that improve community trust, including securing body and dash cameras, banning positional asphyxia holds, and establishing a civilian police oversight board.
I look forward to your support in November, so we can continue building a stronger, more equitable community that works for is all.