Your Councilman 

I was raised by an Army officer and Prince George's County Public School teacher who instilled in me a passion for public service. I'm a product of Prince George's County public elementary and middle schools, graduated from DeMatha Catholic High School, and received a B.A. from Loyola University Maryland. 

For over 15 years, I have been active with non-profits supporting seniors, veterans, and children and adults with disabilities. I have worked with city committees addressing senior housing, development, environmental initiatives, and public outreach. 

In my four years on the city council, I attended every council and stakeholders meeting and held over twenty community meetings and town halls. I consistently stood up to developers and advocated for the protection of local green space. ​I consistently voted to balance our city budget with a focus on core services and without a tax rate increase.

Key Issues

  • Accepted zero dollars in developer campaign contributions
  • Voted against the Marketplace, South Lake, and Melford developments
  • Organized community meetings against the Jesuit Property development
  • Organized the first community meetings against the Maglev train 
  • Consistently voted to protect city forests and green spaces
  • Consistently voted to balance the city’s budget with no tax rate increase
  • Voted against building the proposed two-sheet ice arena without outside support