I am a proud Albertan, born and raised in Calgary, and a resident of Calgary-Mountain View. It is time that my home riding has visible, active and locally focused representation in the Legislature.

Building a strong and free Alberta for future generations will only come with hard work, a willingness to listen, and a collaborative approach to finding solutions for all Albertans. I am committed to being that voice for my community.

I have been married 31 years to my husband Trevor, who works as an engineering consultant. Together we have two grown sons: Brendan, a petroleum engineer and Mitchell, a data analyst in health care research. I hold a SAIT diploma in Petroleum Engineering Technology and a BSc in Engineering (Petroleum) from the University of Wyoming.

Most recently, I served as an elected school board trustee for 5 years advocating for students, parents, and staff. I was actively present in my school communities, responsive to the concerns of families, and consistently governing through the lens of what is best for kids and the preservation of classroom dollars. Providing our young people with what they need to be productive citizens will always be a priority for me.

For over twenty years, I have held a number of leadership roles for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. This organization is run entirely by volunteers. Groceries and some financial disbursements are delivered directly to the door with conversation and kindness. I have always led with compassion and heart, being sensitive to ensuring the dignity of those who need a hand up.

To secure prosperity for all Albertans, we need to encourage choice in education, promote investment, diversification of industry, and continue to fight for the autonomy to make the best decisions for OUR energy sector. That future needs to be planned with bold, strategic, and collaborative decisions. Let’s make sure that Mountain View has a seat at the table!