- Green Party Nomination Contestant, 2023 Kitch Centre
- KITCH CITY COUNCIL Ward 10, 2022
- KITCH CITY COUNCIL Ward 1, 2018
Over a decade of professional experience working in responsive social service in downtown Kitchener
A lifelong resident of Kitchener, with a community profile built from grass-roots participation and thoughtful community development
More than just words: a demonstrable history of deep understanding and sustainable action on emergent ideas and community values
A dedicated proponent of ecological sustainability: weaving together the essentials of a livable, meaningful, green and robust civil society and city for generations to come
Fiscal responsibility and affordability
Social responsibility and togetherness
Environmental sustainability and investment
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"The people of this community are its greatest asset. I’m excited to encourage and support projects that improve our neighbourhoods: to deepen peoples’ sense of themselves and their relationship to this dynamic city."
Region of Waterloo Municipal Election
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I live and work on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe and Attawandaron (Neutral) peoples on the Haldimand Tract: the land promised to the Six Nations peoples that encompasses six miles on each side of the Grand River. Originally 950,000 acres was set aside for the Haldimand Tract, today approximately 48,000 acres remain. The colonial processes by which I came to live on this land were and are deeply unjust, and have caused and continue to cause great harm to the original people of Turtle Island. Today and each day I reflect on my privilege, and on how I can practically mobilize the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action in my life, in my work, and in all I do.