What I care about most is the greater good—for all.
My formal education is in social services, and my employment experience is in organizational leadership and strategic planning. These interests taught me how to start and sustain successful businesses and manage multi-million dollar budgets. Personally, my experience as a charity director and volunteer board member educated me on how to serve others and how to be “human first” in my decision-making.
I strongly support unions and workers’ rights, public services to boost the quality of life for everyone, and scientific research to implement policy. I choose people before profits, listening before speaking, unions before corporations, quality before quantity, honesty before flattery, respect before power, and local interests before global aims. I welcome criticism, speak frankly, and enjoy the process of debate.
If elected mayor, I will continue to invest my life in Sarnia, my hometown.