My friends and neighbours,
My story is our story.
Like so many others in our community, I chose to live and work in Toronto Centre because it’s truly the heart of Toronto, and one of the most vibrant, welcoming, and inclusive places in all the world.
For the past six years, as your public school trustee, I’ve worked with Kristyn Wong-Tam to make Toronto a better place to live, work, and raise a family.
I’m running to continue that work at City Hall as our next city councillor for Ward 13.
I’m running for all of us – so that together, we’ll build a better Toronto that’s safe, liveable, affordable, and commutable.
As a school board Trustee and former Vice-Chair of the TDSB, I’ve stood up for and invested in our schools, worked with local families and stakeholders, and ensured that our children and our communities can fulfill their potential and achieve a brighter future.
As a former hospital healthcare worker and police officer, I’ve worked on the frontlines of our city, built deep roots in our communities, and provided care and assistance to people in need. I know first-hand how to bring neighbourhoods, communities, and first responders closer together to improve our safety while fostering more equity, fairness, and inclusion.
As a small business owner right here in Ward 13, I understand the challenges of running a local business, and I know firsthand their importance in enhancing and preserving vibrant local neighbourhoods.
As a resident of Ward 13 who lives in Winchester Park – and who’s previously lived in Cabbagetown, Yorkville-Summerhill, and the Village – I know just how much we need better transit, smarter development, improved infrastructure, and revitalized amenities and services.
I’m running for all of us. I’m running to serve. And I’m running because I’m dedicated to improving our city and making our downtown better.
Join me: sign up on this website, like and follow me on social media, and tell your friends, neighbours, and social followers that this municipal election is our opportunity to keep progressing forward.
Let’s lead the way – together – for a ward that works.