I ran for City Council to serve you, the diverse neighborhoods of District 6 and our most vulnerable.
On my first day in office, I voted to save 4th R and START, city-sponsored after‐school programs offering thousands of kids expanded learning opportunities and support working families. I prioritized homelessness by investing in Saint John’s Women’s Shelter, allowing Saint John’s to expand their innovative job training, housing, and other life-changing services for homeless women and children.
After the federal administration turned on our immigrant community, I championed the creation of a legal service network that focuses on keeping Sacramento immigrant families together. I’ve worked with neighbors to improve our parks by revitalizing College Glen baseball fields and completing University Dog Park; making Sacramento more bike and pedestrian-friendly; hiring a Childcare Manager to focus on early learning and childcare; partnering with our manufacturers and small businesses to deliver new local job opportunities, and passing legislation to deliver new protections to renters and ending rent gouging.
We’ve achieved a lot, but there’s still more to do. With your vote, I can continue the work we’ve started putting our neighborhoods first!
I hope to earn your vote.