Please allow me to introduce myself to you.
I am a lifelong resident of Edmonton, a University of Alberta graduate, a professional accountant, business strategist, athlete, and musician. I have been fortunate to work as a business owner, senior employee, and instructor in a variety of industries, including energy, transportation, steel manufacturing, retail, post-secondary education, farming, and public practice accounting.
Being a loving and caring wife, mother, and dog owner is very important to me.
I also believe in volunteering in our community, and have served on many volunteer boards over the years, supporting our local health, education, arts, sports, and financial literacy communities.
My goal is to run in the next provincial election because I want to help ensure that our community is a prosperous, happy, and secure place to be. My job as MLA will be to listen to you, to promote your ideas for our future, and to keep you informed about our government’s plans. My application to become a United Conservative Party nomination contestant is complete and filed with the party, but I am continuing to listen to your ideas, and to introduce myself, so that I may earn and maintain your support.
- that business supports public services, the two most important being health and education
- in helping those who are less fortunate with a hand up
- in taking care of the environment
- in fiscal responsibility for a sustainable future
You can help me by:
- purchasing a UCP membership to be eligible to vote for me (1 YR $10, 2 YR $20, 3 YR $25)
- volunteering on my campaign
- signing my contact form
Nomination Election Information
- The nomination election, where you can vote for me to become your UCP candidate for MLA, will take place on Sunday, December 11 from 2:00pm to 7:00pm
- This election will be held in a conference room at the Hampton Inn and Suites, 10020 12 Ave SW
- You must be a resident of the Edmonton-South constituency and have an active UCP membership purchased on or before Sunday, November 20 to be eligible to vote
- You can check if you reside in Edmonton-South by entering your postal code at the Alberta Legislature website here
- You must bring either one piece of photo ID that confirms your address in Edmonton-South (usually an Alberta Driver’s License), or, if you do not have that address on your photo ID, you must bring a government-issued bill (i.e. utilities) or bank statement with your name as well as your photo ID