I believe that collective and sustainable transformation does not happen in isolation and it cannot be driven by one person. Meaningful and impactful policy takes time, collaboration and should reflect the views and experiences of those it will affect most.
I truly believe in Edmonton. This city has the potential to be a place that people from all walks of life enthusiastically choose, just as I did years ago, to plant roots and grow — lives, families, careers, and businesses — for years to come. I believe that my collaborative and optimistic “yes and…” mindset will keep our city moving forward and that momentum will give us the courage and conviction to challenge the status quo. Together, we can make Edmonton A City That Works for all of us.
A City That Works has a number of different meanings, from the basics like being able to tap a phone or a card to ride transit, to the aspirational, a smart-city leading in innovation and technology.
A city can work for you, like easy commutes and 15-minute communities.
A city can work with you, like enabling our local small businesses to sell to our municipality.
A city can work functionally, like integrating our transportation systems and regionalizing our transit.
A city can work for all of us, like coming from a place of “yes”.
I want to learn more about what “A City That Works” means to you?
Let’s co-create our future. Let’s meet for door-knocking and conversation on your terms — connect with me virtually.