Party : Democrat
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Roundabouts Not Hate!
"Five years ago I moved with my family to Fishers for the roundabouts -- and sure, great schools and budding tech hub too. Coming from the west St. Louis suburbs, I arrived to start a business data analytics practice for a local software services company. This year makes 20 years that I've worked in data services, mostly in health care. Currently I live in Fishers' Nickel Plate District and work as a Solutions Architect for phData, a nationwide data consulting firm.
Since moving to Fishers, I've attend St. Peter's United Church of Christ, an open and affirming congregation in Carmel, where I currently serve leading our technology team. My sense of personal identity, optimism about our common future, sense of civic duty, and passion for social justice are empowered by my faith. At the same time, I completely reject Christian nationalism and am committed to servant leadership in a pluralistic city where everyone, regardless of opinion or identity, can influence government, feel safe, thrive, and contribute.
I am running for City Council because I believe our local leaders' divisive cultural militancy has distracted them from:
Basic blocking-and-tackling of running our city in a high performing, transparent way.
Attracting and retaining the talent and creativity of our wonderful youth for Fishers' nascent technology hub.
Backing up our teachers and administration in Hamilton Southeastern Schools, where my kids attend or have graduated from.
Maintaining the safety, freedom, and opportunity many of us moved our families to Fishers for."