Immediately after high school, I was honored to qualify for selection into the United States Coast Guard. I held leadership positions that required me to work alongside other federal, local, and state agencies and received advanced training in environmental science and public safety.
I moved my family and my production business to Palmdale because I believed in the promise that this would be "a place to call home.”
I founded CoCoAV
(Community Coalition of the Antelope Valley)
a grassroots nonprofit to promote a cleaner and safer Palmdale.
So far, our projects include bringing broadband to rural areas
and cleaning up our deserts.
I am running for District 4 City Council to continue the work I'm doing alongside you to better our community and leave the next generation happier and healthier.
Most of us need to travel to LA for jobs that leave us burned out and unable to keep up with rising food, fuel, and housing costs. Bringing jobs to Palmdale will stimulate our economy, lessen this extra financial burden and give us more time to spend with our families.
There has been a tendency to overlook the presence of illegal drugs, graffiti, street racing, and other criminal activity in our community. I will draw on my law-enforcement experience and focus on a personal commitment to public safety.
Our deserts are full of illegal dumping. Through city partnerships, we can remedy existing environmental harm and prevent future disasters.
We must recruit quality educators and provide extracurricular opportunities for Palmdale's kids. This will better educate the next generation and provide opportunities for success after school.