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Playing with children of our city at Fred Moore Park.
From the 2015 campaign.
July 4th Parade in my EV with my whole family.
I used D2 discretionary funding to get these school zone signs installed on Windsor Drive.
Keely and Chris Briggs at the UNT Student Union attending the Denton Benefit League ball in 2016.
Working on our diplomatic relations with the First Order… didn’t go so well.
I am proud to serve on the Denton County Homelessness Taskforce. And I take action serving as chair of the strategy committee and putting my boots on the ground for the 2017 Point In Time Survey for the Denton County Homeless Coalition.
Another D2 Conversation. This one with the Fire Chief and Station 4, our head of Economic Development, and our head of roads and engineering.
It was a big sign kind of day.
The Broken Bow War Room. I believe data and technology can enhance the fundamentals of service and engagement.
My family supports the arts by hosting house shows from time to time for both local and national acts.
Another D2 Conversation, this time on Domestic Violence in Denton. Thanks to DPD and Denton County Friends of the Family for being on the panel.
This was a great citizen driven initiative in the Idiot’s Hill/Nottingham Woods neighborhoods.
Planting trees with the Mayor and staff at Quakertown Park.
RYLA project hosted by the Rotary and City of Denton.
Early days of the 2015 campaign.
I continue to volunteer in our local schools. Here I am at Woodrow Wilson working at their Fall Carnival.
Another D2 Conversation, this time with our Historic Preservation Officer.
UpTop Denton is a charitable organization started by my husband and I in 2016. We raised enough money to award six new laptops to college-bound Ryan High School students in the Talent Search/TRIO program.
Some of the gang from Leadership Denton spent the afternoon with me to learn more about District 2 first hand.
If you make me come to a work session on Halloween I am wearing a costume… end of discussion.
Me and my three boys at a local institution.
This was joyful moment. It was a hard battle to save this neighborhood near UNT from demolition to make room for another DME Substation. In the end council pulled together and staff found another way.
At the MLK Memorial in D.C. “Strength to Love” – 1963
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In 2015 they called me the “Dark Horse” – since then I have surely picked up a few more nicknames.
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