I have lived in Grantsville with my husband and three children since 2001. In 2015, I was elected to serve a four-year term on the Grantsville City Council. I would love to continue working hard for our city.
I grew up in a big city in the Philippines and became a US citizen in 1997. After we moved to Grantsville, I fell in love with its rural charm and traditions. It's a great place to raise a family.
I have a bachelor's degree in English from Utah State University and worked as a freelance journalist for two decades. As a small business owner, I oversee life story projects, and I'm also a published author.
I've volunteered with the Tooele County Chamber of Commerce, Grantsville Sociable, the PTA, schools, my church, and co-founded No Prison in Tooele County.
I would appreciate your support. Register to vote here.
In 2018, I helped secure a $66k grant and served on the steering committee to revise the Grantsville general plan. The general plan will chart our city's path as we continue to grow.
In 2016, I revived the Grantsville Historic Preservation Commission. The Commission has helped champion and preserve gems like the Donner Reed Museum, and produced a book of historic sites.
I enjoy connecting with citizens and regularly post city updates on my Facebook page. I actively represent Grantsville in the county and state, as well as the Utah League of Cities & Towns and on its board.
Build on the General Plan to preserve our city as a great place to live, work and play.
Promote opportunities in Grantsville for current and future generations.
Preserve transparency and ensure fiscal responsibility in our local government.