I am running as a candidate for council for the District of North Vancouver (DNV). I’ve lived in the District for over 35 years in 4 different neighbourhoods; it is home.
I attended pre-school, elementary and secondary school in the DNV. I also attended post-secondary at Capilano University and then went on to earn my Bachelor of Commerce specializing in Transportation, Logistics and Information Systems at the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business. After working for 5 years, I returned to school and earned my Master’s in Business Administration from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.
I helped run my family business in Lynn Valley and currently work for a membership-based organization. Financial accountability is a central value I hold. I’m passionate about the environment and enjoy volunteering to help improve our community.
I am running for Council because friends and family tell me it is time that the DNV find solutions to the challenges of housing and transportation. People here are frustrated and want to see their Mayor and Councillors offer solutions. I’m ready to offer the residents of the DNV my expertise, energy and dedication as their Councillor. I expect to be held to account by my community and to deliver results that are long overdue.
My strong collaboration skills and genuine joy working within groups with diverse perspectives will help to get things done.
On October 20th, I am looking for your vote to be a Councillor for our great District of North Vancouver.
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