Education: 

Former Chairperson of the Minuteman Regional High School Council working with school administrators, parents, students and educators to help implement practices helping to ensure that every child would have access to a high quality education in a safe environment.  I do not support Charter Schools.

Healthcare: 

As an enrollee in the Commonwealth’s Group Insurance Commission, I am seeing first hand how decisions made at the statehouse are impacting individuals and families. We must continue to provide the citizens of our community with high-quality physical & mental healthcare system and we must do better at being responsive to the needs of the people served by this system.

Women’s Rights:

We must work to strengthen equity pay laws, end gender discrimination and improve domestic violence protections for all.  I support a woman's right to choose.

Social Justice: 

Having worked since 2014 in Human Services supporting individuals who literally can not speak, I fully understand how important it is to provide opportunity and fairness for people regardless of age, race, color, ethnicity, religion or creed, gender, sexual orientation or disability.

Criminal Justice: 

Over twenty two years experience in law enforcement including five as a School Resource Officer working as a team member with teachers, school administrators and guidance staff to both educate and keep our kids safe.  

Veterans: 

We must honor those who have served by keeping our promise of high quality healthcare, housing and career development. Our veterans, like our police officers and firefighters put their lives on the line for us and deserve our fullest support.

Workers’ Rights: 

Ten years as a local labor leader and four years as a National Executive Board Member. Upon retirement I was hired into my current senior management position. As a part of my job, I serve as the lead negotiator for my company with its over 350 person union. Our most recent collective bargaining session with our union resulted in a three year contract including a 13% pay raise for employees. Negotiations on this three year contract took two days. Collective bargaining is a critical component of the success of many companies as well as the Commonwealth and should be approached with a cooperative spirit.