Community Engagement

Besides my direct Council responsibilities, I’m involved with initiatives in the wider community as well.

Education:  Since late 2017, I’ve served as the Amberley Village community rep on the Local School Decision Making Committee at PRM (Pleasant Ridge Montessori), our neighborhood elementary school (we are part of Cincinnati Public Schools). It’s been a tremendous learning experience about this important aspect of our civic life that I hope to bring to greater Village awareness in the next term.

With Council member Elida Kamine, I’ve helped host an early childhood education fair and a candidate forum for the Cincinnati Board of Education. We’re hosting a 2019 Board of Education candidate forum this year on October 28 at 7 pm in the Community Room.

Duke Pipeline:  I was actively involved in rallying opposition to Duke’s project out of concern for the safety and integrity of our communities. Holding Duke accountable was a key priority. I spoke on behalf of the Village at several public meetings and participate in the process with other local officials from affected jurisdictions.

Other Community Involvement

Holocaust and Humanity Center, board member, 2018 to present

Hamilton County Tax Incentive Review Council, 2018-19

Fernside Center for Grieving Children & Families, volunteer facilitator, 2017 to present

Amberley Green Organic Community Garden, member, 2015 to present

Bond Hill Food Pantry, volunteer, 2012 to present

Past board member at Clinton Hills Swim Club and Jesuit Spiritual Center in Milford

One of the things I enjoy about elected office is the variety of experiences that are available! 


Volunteering at the One Stop Drop


Touring Rumpke’s recycling facility


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