Are you concerned about traffic?

Are you worried about overcrowded schools?

Is the rate of development a concern?

I share these concerns. As a mom, community volunteer and as a 35 year resident I want to help Windsor get back on track to what attracted so many of us to this town originally.  This is why it is time for a change to our current town council member team.

All the parts of Windsor, old and new, all the residence of Windsor, 1st generation and 4th generations, are what make this town great. Adding some high end homes is good, but also protecting our mobile home communities is important.   

I am a 44 year old with three school age children. I am running for Town Council because I want to be a voice for our residents.  I want to represent the people of Windsor, please let me be your voice.

Vote for me on November 8th.  Let’s help preserve our small town charm for many generations to come.

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About Me

I was born in Fortuna, CA and moved to Windsor in 1979.  My parents bought a home right here in Windsor on Windsor Road, where they still reside today. My maternal grandparents moved into Windsor in the early 70's along with the railroad, my grandmother still owns and lives in this house in a neighborhood off Hembree Lane.

I am a mother of 3 kids.  The oldest of my two children go to Windsor High school, while my youngest is in his last year of Alexander Valley.

I have worked in the Wine industry since 1989.  I am currently celebrating 10 years with Jackson Family Wines. I am the Business Manager for their Northern California Vineyards.  My job includes being the Human Resources Representative for the vineyard employees as well as Accounts Payable.  I also manage the budgets and capital expenditures for our department.

When I decided to start a family, I wanted to have the option of being a stay at home mother so I started a small business, Reliable Records, in 2000. I am an independent contractor and I support companies with bulk wine transactions, train new employees, and offer support in creating a more efficient process for their records.