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I am an attorney and business professional with leadership experience across several industries. 

Having worked for large corporations, nonprofits, state government and as a business owner, I bring an understanding of both the economic drivers and workplace realities that promote or impede financial growth, employment, and fair labor practices.

Working for the Maryland Judiciary, I created the first adult guardianship oversight program to help protect vulnerable senior citizens and disabled adults.  I also serve on the Anne Arundel County Adult Public Guardianship Review Board. I am committed to ensuring that our aging population has the services and resources to live healthy and independent lives as long as possible.

Through my work with a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing substance misuse, I see firsthand the devastating consequences of the opioid epidemic.  Increasing prevention programs and eliminating the barriers for widespread, affordable treatment are among my top priorities in addressing this public health crisis.

Equal opportunity in the workplace and access to affordable childcare are key factors in strengthening Maryland families.  As past chair of the Anne Arundel County Commission for Women and current board member of the Maryland Legislative Agenda For Women, I know the work that needs to be done to overcome the challenges facing women of all ages.

I’ve been a resident of Anne Arundel County for 25 years and I am a graduate of Leadership Anne Arundel’s Neighborhood Leadership Academy. I live in the Broadneck Peninsula with my husband, a Navy veteran, and our son and daughter, both of whom attend public schools.

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