• Commissioner, Fargo Human Rights Commission
• YWCA Woman of the Year Award Winner
• Fargo Human Rights Award Winner
• Master’s Degree: Public Administration, University of Mary
The healthiest communities are ones that work together – I will bring this spirit of cooperation as Representative of District 10.
I will address concerns unique to my district. We need to fight against skyrocketing rent costs, and expand access to childcare for our residents. We must also invest in Head Start and make it affordable and accessible. Children should have access to Head Start through our public schools from an early age.
Over the past decade, I have helped create positive change for our community. I’m proud of the work I’ve accomplished, and I’m ready to bring that work to Bismarck. The people of District 10 deserve a leader who will fight for them and make their voices heard in our state legislature.