"Ready on Day One!"
Dad. Public Servant. Entrepreneur. Non-profit leader.
Salem has always been home. I was raised by a single mother, and we survived domestic violence and abuse. When I almost gave up on school, it was my mom and mentors like Linda Saris and Marshall Bradstreet who wouldn’t give up on me. They saved my life and taught me the importance of giving back to my community.
Public service is my way of giving back, whether as a coach and mentor at LEAP4Ed and the Boys and Girls Club, a non-profit leader, or Vice Chair of the Salem School Committee. As District Director for State Representative Paul Tucker, I’ve secured millions of dollars for Salem schools, tourism jobs, and community projects like the Council on Aging.
I’m running for State Representative to create good-paying green jobs, recover from COVID-19, and solve the housing crisis. I’m asking for your vote on September 6th because I’m ready to fight for our community on day one.