For a future our kids can believe in
“Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.”
– John Wesley
I’ve devoted my life and career to amplifying the voices of those impacted by systemic injustice and inequity. As a civil rights attorney, former Hyattsville City Council Member, and parent, I’ve seen first-hand how the interconnectedness of our experience – both our successes and our challenges – are often overlooked in local policymaking. Our government not only should – but can work better and more transparently for every kid, family, and worker in District 22.
Prince George’s County is rich with diverse talent and resources, yet too many of us still struggle to earn a living wage, find affordable childcare, or accomplish homeownership. Our schools remain chronically underfunded, and our communities lack access to health care. In the House of Delegates, I’ll be a champion for the next generation – and for those of us working in government, in our homes, in our communities, and on the front lines to create a future that we can all believe and succeed in.