Why I’m Running

A city like Nashville can be great only if there is an emphasis on supporting neighborhoods and the people that live and work in them.  I am running for city council because I want to help the neighborhoods, residents and businesses in District 26 get their needs met – such as better roads and traffic, improving public safety, and ensuring growth is done wisely.

Experienced Leader That Gets Things Done

  • Sixteen years working in state government on transportation policy, helping city governments find solutions to tough infrastructure problems, and being an independent leader on the Metro Council

Invest in Schools, Safety, and Sidewalks

  • Focus on the priorities we want in our city – improving our schools, higher paid and better-equipped police officers and firefighters, and more sidewalks in our neighborhood

Deal with Traffic and Growth

  • To stay the city we all love to live in, Metro has to stop falling behind and must deal with traffic congestion and the effects of Nashville’s growth

Protecting Our Neighborhoods

  • My first priority is protecting our neighborhoods to make them safer places to live and raise our families

Listening to My Neighbors

  • You can always contact me – phone call, text, email or message – me anytime about anything

The neighborhoods of District 26 are great places to raise a family, and I will work to make them even better.  With a commitment to always listen to my neighbors and their concerns, I would be honored and humbled to serve the community I’m proud to call home.

If you would like more information on an issue important to you, please contact me and I’d love to discuss it with you.