Thank you for the opportunity to serve District 11. I’ve lived in Madison for about 10 years, currently in Hill Farms. I’ve experienced our community through the eyes of an undergraduate student, a young professional working in non-profit, an academic, and a volunteer. During the day, I am an advocate for safety net clinics in our state, working with state policymakers and partners to ensure that all residents have access to quality health care, regardless of their ability to pay or insurance status. I’ve previously worked on local public health evaluation projects, rural workforce development, and Medicaid policy. After serving an AmeriCorps service term in California, I returned to Wisconsin and worked directly with underserved teens in Madison high schools, helping them find and keep their first jobs. On the County Board, I serve on the Public Protection & Judiciary Committee, the Area Agency on Aging Board, and serve as a liaison with the Vera Institute of Justice. When I’m not at work or engaged in Board activities, you can find me at the Odana dog park with my rescue, Roux. Please reach out at any time and I look forward to working with you.
Feb. 21 Updates
Monday, February 21, 2022
I'm happy to share updates on a few important county issues. As always, please reach out with questions - I'm available at firstname.lastname@example.org and look forward to connecting with you.
My recent op-ed in the Cap Times regarding the Jail Consolidation Project
Dane County mask order to expire March 1 (though establishments may still choose to maintain a mask order if they choose; MMSD has yet to announce a decision whether the mandate will remain in K-12 schools after March 1 and is consulting with Public Health Madison & Dane County on the decision)
Dane County Residents: You're Invited to Share your Input Regarding Equitable Access to the Henry Vilas Zoo and Dane County Parks (details here)