Bio

Originally raised in Kitimat, BC, I moved to the Lower Mainland in 1994 to attend Simon Fraser University, where I graduated with a Co-operative Education and Joint Major Degree in Political Science, History and French (1999). I have lived in beautiful Port Moody since 2013 and am here to stay. 

I know how City Hall works and I want to help make this city better and more affordable for EVERYONE - for my kids, for seniors who wish to remain here affordably, and for anyone who wants to call Port Moody home.
 

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Professional Work Experience

  • 22 years of budgeting and business experience across private, public and not-for profit businesses

  • 14 years of managing Boards and Board Committees: I understand the importance of Good Governance and consensus-building

  • Climate Change-certified by Radicle Group Inc. and will seek City Certification - impact and sustainability must be prioritized

Volunteer Work

  • Port Moody Parks and Recreation Commission – member at large

  • Easthill Residents – organizer and founder of community events in the Easthill neighbourhood of Port Moody

  • Glenayre Elementary - PAC volunteer for school events

  • College Park Community Association – member and volunteer

  • Port Moody Community-based Covid-relief projects

  • Founder and Administrator of TCMG Veg’n – a 1100-member Facebook community dedicated to increasing sustainable and plant-based eating in the Tri-Cities