I moved to Lancaster City 15 years ago. From that moment to now, I’ve been a baker to neighbors and friends; I’ve tutored your kids; I’ve roped people into a musical I wrote; and I’ve been caught dancing like a fool at the Red Rose Soul Club. I’ve also pushed Mayor Gray to declare a holiday to celebrate Lancaster’s role as the nation’s capital.
What most people know about me—no matter what hat I was wearing when they first met me—is how strongly I care about people, progress, and the City of Lancaster. What I care about is what gives me the energy to get things accomplished and allows me to contribute to our community. I believe in surrounding myself with other people who care, and empowering them to do just about anything. And Lancaster is a great place to find intelligent, caring, and motivated people to do just that—anything we set our minds to.