Ski racing coach since 1992, worked at Kellers, Banff springs golf course, bartender at Wild Bills, 4 years experience working in commercial developments and property management.
Volunteer, community or committee/board experience:
Served on the golf course board, worked on various charity boards over the last 20 years most recently a board for housing abused and impoverished women to create a safe environment to continue education.
How long have you lived in the community:
Why are you running for public office:
To be involved with the continuing improvement and betterment of our community.
What qualities or characteristics would you bring to public office:
I have always had a strong sense of community. I hope to bring that sense of community to all decisions being discussed and reviewed over the next few years.
What issues are important to you as a candidate:
I don't think any one issue can be taken any more or less important than another. If it's being discussed it's important to the community.
What is the greatest challenge facing elected officials in the community when it comes to planning for the future of the community:
The greatest challenge I find is ensuring all aspects and effected parties needs and wishes are accounted for. It's easy to make a quick judgment or form an opinion but to recognize all involved and form an educated opinion inclusive of matters that effect all involved is a challenge in a small town.
How can people find out more about you or ask you questions:
I am continually walking through town and am usually able to discuss issues. I am often found on the slopes of Norquay so a chair ride is sometimes the best place to go through a good catch up.