I strongly believe all political ideologies have some facet of merit, and I embrace their positive dimensions. It is not about the political party, it is about the person who is dedicated to working on your behalf. I will cross all divides with truth, respect and honesty. I am determined to make your goals my vision.
I am working to become a member of Rochester’s City Council, because my neighbors are hurting, resulting from poor accountability within city government, lack of transparency, no unifying vision, and many residents are void of the ability to obtain generational wealth.
I strongly believe, that my caring spirit, coupled with my determined work ethics, passion, my listening and implementation skills, and are the attributes of an effective Public Servant.
With your help, I will be the change agent, that encourages neighbors to, earnestly reason together, then collectively work together, to bring about the needed improvements within our city.
Together we must strive to develop programs that positively, enhance the lives of our veterans, our children, the disabled, senior citizens, residents of various incomes, and ensure there is funding to support mental health services.
With your guidance, I will craft policies that promote, future generational wealth, legislation that offer tax breaks for home owners and small business owners, and I will work diligently to implement the needed reforms, to help keep our community safe, I will partner with Stakeholders, to provide increased, educational opportunities for all, thank you.
I am the proud single parent of four adult children. I have lived in the Cornhill Neighborhood for close to 30 years. I am a member of Aenon Baptist church and I serve on the Aenon Community Development Corporation Housing Board, I am also on the Senior Choir, and a part of the Usher Auxiliary.
Currently I serve as the liaison between the churches in Cornhilfl, and the Cornhill Neighborhood Association. As a previous Board member for Cornhill, I worked diligently to make the Tyshean Memorial Scholarship a reality, and also the Frederick Douglas Hike for Hope, a fund raiser project for the Montgomery Center.
I worked with PAB alliance, with the fund raising efforts and I support needed reforms for our Rochester police Department in general. However, I don’t support defunding the Rochester Police Department. Recently I was appointed to work on the City of Rochester, Cannabis Reparation Committee.
I am a Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Currently I work as A Special Education Teacher with the Rochester City School District, and prior to that I served 16 years as a Rehabilitation Counselor for Monroe County Jail, and previous to my work in the jail, I worked 5 year as a Victim Service Worker for the Rochester Police Department. I have two masters, one in Education from Roberts Wesleyan and the other in Public Administration from Brockport State College. Lastly, I work part-time as an Uber driver, a job I truly enjoy.
I want to thank you again for this opportunity to present myself to you, and hopefully you were able to sense my strong desire, and sincerity in wanting to serve my community. For positive and lasting change to become a reality, it begins with an individual or individuals who are committed to the work.
Allow me to make your Vision, my Passion, I am here before you, ready and willing to become your voice, your advocate, on City Council, I will indeed do the work, to make our city a community, in which all residents have the ability to thrive, and not just barely survive. I would greatly, appreciate your vote.
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