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Heritage Park matters.

Heritage Park matters. This is what one Raleigh resident told me last night. Heritage Park is a public housing community in District D. I met with the Heritage Park Resident Council to hear about the issues on their mind. They are asking who will get to live in the tall buildings of Raleigh. They areContinue reading “Heritage Park matters.”


The Wake County Democratic Party endorsed me for Raleigh City Council, and I’m grateful for their support. I’m committed to upholding the progressive ideals they value. I care deeply about robust community input; fair and transparent government practices; sustainable growth and infrastructure planning; free public transit; inclusive economic development; a woman’s right to choose; andContinue reading “Endorsements”

We need your help!

Do you have time to volunteer for the campaign? Can you sign up for 2 shifts to share information about our campaign with your neighbors? The job is simple. You will drop off campaign flyers at homes in southwest Raleigh (District D). You can knock doors and talk to voters, or simply drop off lit.Continue reading “We need your help!”

May Updates

Campaign Kick Off We kicked off the campaign a few weekends ago with meet and greets across District D. We talked about affordable housing, transit access for seniors, greenway expansion, protection for LGBT residents, and community engagement, among other topics. Thanks to all who came out for the wonderful conversations! Primary Election on May 17thContinue reading “May Updates”

See you soon

Let’s get together for a bite! Neighbors are hosting a series of tasty meet and greets and I’m hoping you will join me there. RSVP if you can but feel free to show up regardless. And please invite your friends! Afternoon (iced) tea and snacks on Saturday, April 30th from 3-5 pm at the homeContinue reading “See you soon”

Happy (& safe) biking!

Raleigh is home to over 100 miles of greenway trails. As a bicycle commuter, I’m invested in growing our trail network. I want to ensure safety for bicyclists, pedestrians, skateboarders, and all of the folks who choose alternative ways to get around. I attended the Oaks and Spokes Trail Oriented Design forum to learn aboutContinue reading “Happy (& safe) biking!”

Economic Inclusion

In teaching economic development at NC State, I ask my students to investigate the private and public sector investments that should be made in communities across North Carolina. Raleigh has one of the strongest economies in the U.S., so they typically choose other communities for their research. And yet many residents here are still excludedContinue reading “Economic Inclusion”


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