Now more than ever, our communities are in need of voices – Strong voices that advocate the needs and concerns of our neighborhoods and voices that aren’t afraid to take a stand. It is imperative that we understand our rights to democracy, especially in our own backyards. I understand the critical issues affecting our community which includes immigration issues, unemployment, education reform, health care access, senior citizen centers, and other issues affecting the quality of life in our community.
This is why I ran for District Leader. As a long-time public servant, born and raised in Brooklyn, I am that voice for you. In my more than 20 years as a community activist and volunteer, I have discovered my voice and will stand on the front lines to get what is right for our district, our community…our Brooklyn.
Our neighborhoods are crying for change. As the proud daughter of Haitian immigrants, I have learned about democracy and how to turn dreams into achievable goals. With your help, we can become the change we seek to make it happen. I encourage you to take a closer look at my Web site, make a contribution to my campaign, volunteer, and learn more about how I will translate my experience into action and advocate positive change. With your support together we can have our voices be heard.