My background and profession as a music therapist for the last 10 years has been all about finding creative, effective solutions to help people thrive and live their best life. This is the same approach that I have been able to take during my time on the Lakewood City Council, and it’s how I plan to continue working for all of you at the State Capitol.
I'm running for Colorado State House District 30 because I’m committed to ensuring all voices are heard, our government works for regular people, and that everyone has a fair shot at a good life here in Colorado.
That’s why as City Councilor, I’ve worked hard to help rebuild an economy that works for regular people. I’ve helped support small businesses, invest in our transportation infrastructure, create an innovative daywork program, and fight for housing that’s more affordable. I’m proud of the work I’ve done to fight for increased access to affordable and attainable housing, services and shelter for our unhoused neighbors who deserve a fair shot, investment in comprehensive approaches to public safety like mental health and diversion programs, and continuing to support policies that protect our clean air and water.
As we look to the future, it is clear we need a strong champion at the state level to tackle these and many other issues facing our community—a representative who knows what it’s going to take to affect change, understands how to work with our local partners and who is trustworthy and accessible.