What makes you the best choice for this office?
As an MBA graduate from Washington University in St. Louis, I have a solid understanding of innovation, driving structure, process and a focused vision with all stakeholders. My leadership philosophies: leading with an adaptive style to allow flexibility in all situations; good listening skills; defining standards and metrics for benchmarking of milestone accomplishments; focusing on understanding the “why” of the past and looking toward the “how” of the future; nurturing the positive actions and building on the glass is half-full approach; believing each person is there to help one another; making a positive difference every day; reinforcing genuine, positive statements.
If you're elected, what is one single issue that will be at the top of your agenda?
Reviewing the current relationship with the Parker Water and Sanitation District and how we can work together to reduce our water bills.
(Editor's note: Parker Water and Sanitation is a separate agency from the Town of Parker and offers services throughout northern Douglas County).
If you're elected, what must you accomplish in order for you to consider your term a success?
Lower water bills, HOA oversight and a possible collaboration with Castle Pines to complete the DAWG Nation Rink, which will be the nation's first multi-sheet hockey facility, which will be purpose-built to support both disabled and able-bodied athletes.
In your view, what is (or should be) the role and responsibility of a Parker Town Council member?
To provide and seek clarity with good listening skills on key topics, and define standards and metrics for benchmarking of milestone accomplishments as a community.
Why are you seeking this office?
To be a positive voice on key issues.
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