The Eastside needs a stronger voice at City Hall to maintain safe and healthy neighborhoods, protect renters and increase affordable housing opportunities, help small business revitalize our economy, and protect our environment.

I have been living in Santa Barbara and working in economic development for a decade; first at Women’s Economic Ventures, and now at a national non-profit organization, utilizing innovative financing to promote sustainable development, create good jobs, and build better housing.

I am running for Council to provide the type of leadership that empowers and improves the lives of working families in Santa Barbara.

I will bring my experience working with federal assistance programs and creative problem solving skills to addressing current and future issues. I will collaborate with city staff and policymakers so that we work together for all the residents and businesses in a productive manner.

I understand first-hand the needs of young working families. My husband and I worked hard to purchase our first home and establish roots to raise our family in Santa Barbara. I am dedicated to making our neighborhood a better place for all of us.

 I would be honored to have your vote
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FOR SANTA BARBARA city cOUNCIL 2015

Expanding Opportunities - empowering the eastside