As someone who has helped serve the public, as an advocate for accessibility and inclusion, and as a former student – local public education is something that has been on my mind for a long time. Long before I declared my candidacy for Public School Trustee.
Over the years I have had the privilege of meeting and working with people from all over Kitchener and our region – students, parents, grandparents, teachers and board staff – people who care about public education and want to see a change of perspective at the Waterloo Region District School Board after this year’s municipal election on Monday, October 22.
As the campaign continues throughout the rest of the summer and into the fall I look forward to connecting with many of you to hear your concerns and what matters to you.
Whether you have a child in school or just want to make sure that trustees work together and continue putting students and quality education first in an accepting and inclusive environment, I want to hear from you!
On October 22, I hope that I can earn your support so that I can advocate and be your voice around the table as one of four trustees serving Kitchener on the Waterloo Region District School Board.