"To all my neighbors in Doraville, I want to work for you. We need to create more living wage jobs, improve our schools, and make improving the City of Doraville, a top priority. With over a decade of government experience, I know what it takes to find solutions, navigate complicated governmental agencies, and get things done!"


Like many property owners I want a strong vibrant city with a healthy tax base, but I don't want the high property tax tag.  I want to continue the smart policies of our government to combat waste and make good choices in government spending.

As a community we need to work together to make our community a better place.

We must continue to enhance our walkability and connectivity.

We must work together to improve the traffic in our neighborhood, and its effect on the residents.


Like many people I am concerned about my family's health and safety during the ongoing COVID-19 crises.  Additionally, as a businesss owner I want a city that supports policies that protect my interests and the health of my employees and customers .  I want people to patronize our Doraville businesses because they know they are healthy, safe and clean!

Doraville needs to become not just a "good place to live", but Doraville needs to become a "good place to do business".

 During this challenging economic environment we must work even harder to attract strong and vibrant businesses to our city.  Our city needs to continue attracting a strong mix of different types of businesses: retail, offices, and commercial.  We need to continue improving Doraville's ability to attract and nurture new business.

Doraville needs to become known as a good place not just to live, but also to do business!


We need to continue the fight to improve the children of Doraville's access to high quality education.  The creation of Doraville United was a start, but we need to continue to advocate for the children in our community. 

Strong schools build strong communities!

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