My family has lived in southeastern Washington for four generations. I’ve always been a member of this community and I’ve always fought to improve it. I’ve served on the boards of non-profits, and I’ve been engaged with local politics for as long as I can remember.
By running for the Washington State House of Representatives, I’m taking the fight for a better future to Olympia. We need a real representative, not one bought by corporate donors.
I’m running because we need better access to clean water and more education – not less. Our communities need affordable rural broadband, accessible health care, and we need to repair our crumbling infrastructure. I know that we can achieve greatness when we work together. Let’s make our tomorrow better than our today.
In addition to running for the State Legislature, I am the mother of two teenagers, a Board Member of Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho, a former Chair of the Franklin County Democratic Central Committee, and a small business owner who does for Microsoft.