Metro Nashville is undergoing rapid change, and these changes haven’t been restricted to the boundaries of the urban core.
While Hermitage and District 12 haven’t had to deal with the costs of our city’s growth as quickly as other communities in Davidson County, it’s time we become intentional about our community and our future.
This means that we need to spend our time, energy, and effort on what’s important for our community and impactful for all of the residents of our city.
We are facing a number of significant challenges that have consequences for all of us, whether we rent or own – are a native Nashvillian, or have just moved here. Issues including support for city employees that not only keep us safe but also educate our children, how we mitigate crime in our area, and how we apply zoning to protect our neighborhoods while being smart about future development.
I have the skills necessary to support a renewed focus on the needs of District 12. I am a skilled collaborator, an effective facilitator, and an untiring advocate.
I’m running for Metro Council in District 12 so I can strengthen relationships across our neighborhoods, connect our residents to the right resources to solve problems, and promote our area with community-driven solutions.
I’m running to represent you because with thoughtful engagement of the community, responsive communication, and a positive attitude, our district can remain a great place to live.
I’m asking for your vote during early voting (July 12 - July 27) or on Election Day (August 1).