Why I'm running
I’m running for City Commission because it is time for the next generation of leadership to step up and propose a new vision for Paducah.
I’ve spent the past six years helping businesses in our community understand social media so that they can succeed in an ever-changing environment. As a city commissioner, I will use those same skills to help Paducah thrive in a changing world.
It's time for fresh ideas and leaders who listen.
I was born in Paducah and graduated from Heath High School in 1999. After graduating from Transylvania University in 2003, I followed my new husband to North Carolina while he pursued his law degree and then on to Washington, D.C., where I got my law degree from American University's Washington College of Law. When I was pregnant with my first child in 2009, I convinced my husband to move with me to Paducah because I could not imagine raising my children anywhere else.
I am a member of Grace Episcopal Church and have served on the Board of Directors for the Yeiser Art Center and the Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club, as well as the Parent-Teacher Organization for Clark Elementary School. I am also a member of the Charity League of Paducah, where I served as co-chair of 2014’s Shine and Dine event that raised $48,000 for Easter Seals of Western Kentucky.