New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community. Progress over Politics
In 2015 I first became part of this community, knowing that our library, parks, programs, and public services created the best place to establish roots in such a great community. Rochester Hills remains all that I believed it to be when I first moved here, but I’ve come to know it could be much more. Our community truly is the best place to Live, Work, and Raise a family.
I was born in 1981 and grew up in the greater Berkley area. I attended Rogers Elementary, Anderson Middle School and Berkley High. In elementary school, I was a member of the Safety Patrol team making sure that my fellow students made it across the streets around the school safely. While attending Berkley High, I was a member of Students Against Drunk Driving and was on the school yearbook staff. My pride and joy was being named Editor in Chief of the Yearbook by my peers for the 1999-2000 addition. It was that leadership I gained that I knew I wanted to serve my fellow man and give back to my community on a far greater level. One of the many things I enjoy most about living in Rochester Hills is the unique green spaces that we have. You can often find me training for my next half marathon on the Clinton River or Paint Creek Trail.
I am confident that in electing me as your representative on City Council, together we will reinforce the strengths our city already has and unite to make the changes we need to keep Rochester Hills a community where everyone belongs, thrives, and puts down lasting roots.
Board Member of the Rochester Area Youth Assistance (RAYA)
Board Member of the Rochester / Auburn Hills Community Coalition
Board Member of the City of Rochester Hill Public Safety and Infrastructure Committee
Board Member of the Jordan and Ashley Seigel Scholarship Foundation