I believe family & community come first; that is why I take great pride in the city that I call home.
As Commissioner for Women, I established a program educating young people about the dangers of human trafficking, petitioned the Hemet Valley Medical Center to resume operating the Rape Crisis Center, & was named ‘Woman of The Year’ by CA Senator Morrell.
I am a member of:
• Soroptimist International,
• Hemet Woman’s Club,
• VFW Auxiliary,
• Las Amigas Incorporated,
• Rotary International,
• National Council of Negro Women
These group memberships uniquely qualify me to be a strong voice representing all residents.
As your City Council member, I will work with fellow council members and regional leaders to address issues specific to our community. I will continue to advocate for seniors, single parents all who are struggling to make ends meet. I will fight for veterans that might feel forgotten because they deserve more from a community that they were willing to fight for. I will fight for our LGBTQ community who deserve the same love and compassion we all have. And I will fight for our children who deserve a decent and affordable education to be able to compete in the 21 century.
I will advocate for Hemet residents access for federal and state funding to help those who are on social security and uninsured.
We must create competitive jobs, improve our air and water to ensure the quality of life, programs for the most vulnerable among us, and affordable housing.
Therefore, I am humbly requesting your support, allowing me to be your voice for Hemet.