Robbinsdale City Council Ward 2 Candidate
Robbinsdale City Council Ward 2
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What are your qualifications for this office?
My husband and I moved to Robbinsdale’s Ward 2 in the fall of 2013. Soon after I joined the Human Rights Commission, where I’ve been a member for 5 years. I have always been involved in community work at every stage of my 24 year career servicing diverse populations. To increase my knowledge and support for voting rights and education, I joined the League of Women Voters and the Seven Dreams Education Foundation in 2019. I support diversity, equity, INCLUSION and all of HUMANITY.
What do you hope to accomplish in office?
I want to increase effective and equitable community engagement to involve diverse voices. One of the first things I want to do is work with the City Council to organize a plan, to make sure everyone in Robbinsdale gets counted for the 2020 Census, to secure and/or increase resources. I support setting policies and budgets around equity and inclusion. I support housing resources for homeowners and renters, review board to collaborate with the police and completion of the light rail.