Working for Vienna, VA to further its vibrant community spirit

It has been a true honor to have been elected to represent the citizens of Vienna as a member of your Town Council. 

Maintaining the delicate balance between preserving the small town community and fostering purposeful growth, so that the future needs of Vienna's citizens and businesses are met, is my main priority. 


As a businessperson, owning and operating my own company within the Town, I have been actively working with the Vienna Business Association as an Ambassador, to better connect the Town, businesses and citizens, and through offerings such as popular community events, serving two years as committee members to First Night Vienna and to Vienna Oktoberfest, as Vendor Co-chair.

Providing safer, environmentally friendly and more convenient connections for citizens is a primary concern. Prioritizing  necessary infrastructure improvements such as water & sewer, drainage, bike routes, sidewalks & roads at value is imperative. It is important to monitor and react appropriately to encircling development, in particular, along the Silver and Orange Metro lines. In particular, I am pleased with the Town, citizens and businesses working in collaboration with consultants to update our zoning ordinance of the Maple Avenue Corridor and updating the Vienna Community Center to include LEED Certifications. 

Serving as Mayor (Pro-tempore) from February to April last year, I realized how thankful we are for those who work together to share time, talents and treasures, especially those who continue to serve on Town Boards, Commissions and Committees. It was a pleasure to serve as chair on the Mayor's Advisory Committee for the M. Jane Seeman Memorial, which will look to the future by establishing Vienna Public Art Commission.

Amazingly over fourteen years ago, we arrived as a young, U.S. Naval military family assigned to the Vienna area, we were immediately and warmly welcomed to the Town of Vienna by its residents. And now, as my husband and I just celebrated our 25th anniversary together, raising our children who have enjoyed the opportunities of Fairfax County and Virginia public educations (now in college), by choice, we are proud to claim Vienna as our permanent home and we find it a pleasure to welcome others to the Town.

I again ask your confidence and vote on May 5th for working together, so Vienna continues to become a better place to live. 


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