I was first inspired to serve the public when I was 12-years-old, meeting and listening to Robert F. Kennedy talk about the possibilities of our state and our nation. Since I moved to the Coachella Valley in 1979, I've been working to continue that vision of expanding hope and opportunity, whether serving as a member of the City Council, the board of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, the League of California Cities, as the Managing Director of the Institute for Environmental Sustainability at California State University San Bernardino and now helping people achieve the American Dream of home ownership as a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
I want to continue using that experience to help our community keep healthy by expanding transportation alternatives, growing economic opportunities, improving our neighborhoods and protecting our environment. In short, I want to keep working for our City and You!
We are coming out of a national recession and doing so with a balanced budget and growing reserves. Cathedral City is positioned to grow and prosper as our downtown comes alive, north of I-10 develops and our housing market grows again.
We live in a very special place. Together, we will continue to be the Spirit of the Desert. Thank you for the opportunity to work for you.