I LOVE BEVERLY
I love Beverly and have lived here for most of my life. After graduating from Beverly High School in 1997, I attended Wellesley College and graduated in 2001. I received my Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School in 2007 and moved back to Beverly to serve as one of the ministers at the First Baptist Church on Cabot Street where I still am today.
I am mom to Emmett who is now 10 and in 5th grade at Beverly Middle School. I love living and working in Beverly’s downtown, as well as exploring Beverly's many
neighborhoods, beaches, and parks.
I am running for reelection to a third term as one of your three Beverly At-Large City Councilors because I am proud of the work that we have begun together, as a community, and I would love to have the privilege of continuing that good work together with you. In my two terms on the Council, I have sought to listen well; to learn as I have led; and to work hard for Beverly's residents. I strive to be available, accessible, and responsive; and I work hard to advocate for those whom I am elected to represent - all of you! Coming out of these difficult months of the pandemic, and continuing our shared work on resiliency-planning for our coastal community, as well as COVID relief and recovery, and work to continue to become a City where all people can feel welcome and seen, valued and safe, calls for experienced and compassionate leadership. I am eager to bring that kind of leadership to our Council for another term, and I would be honored to have your vote in November!
• At-Large City Council Member since January 2018
• Chair of Public Services Subcommittee
• Member of Beverly Rotary Club
• Board Member of Harborlight Nursery School
• Member of Beverly Middle School PTO
• Arts and Enrichment Coordinator for Beverly Middle School PTO