We All Want A
However, the realities of
IN Senate District 15
have been ignored for far too long.
"I'm privileged to have an education and I never take it for granted. It's opened and closed many doors for me over the years. An education doesn't always guarantee economic freedom from hardship. I know what it's like to live and work on the economic margins. It feels awful. And, I've worked with many marginalized communities around the country who've felt the same.
I've always felt connected with those who struggle and that's why I'm committed to serving people where they're at. We all have gifts and the onus is on us to share those gifts with others.
I'm committed to using my time, talent, and treasure for others. Whether it's in the workplace, with my neighbor or when I volunteer, if I can support and empower others, I'll do so.
We can all be social influencers in our own right. Change agents are necessary for a community to thrive. To expect more, we need to do more.
One of my favorite quotes is from President Teddy Roosevelt, 'Do what you can, with what you have, and where you're at.' ...Imagine if we ALL did this?"