My Life IS Mesquite
I moved to Mesquite in January 1995. The last 27 years have seen many changes. I love this town and believe today, as I did when I first chose Mesquite, that this is an amazing city with much to offer residents of all ages. I have raised my three wonderful children, McKenna, Madison and Tanner here in Mesquite. It has been one of the biggest joys of my life to watch my children grow to become involved in this community that I have loved and served for so long.
I have personally experienced much that the job market has to offer. I have combined 14 years of experience in the Title and Escrow industry. I have also served as Office Manager for two local Mesquite construction Companies. The experience and knowledge I learned from these industries led me to my current career as a Real Estate Agent at ERA Brokers Consolidated.
I am very active in the Mesquite community. I was a Member of the Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors from 2007 through 2012 and served as their President during the last two years of my tenure. I have served on the City of Mesquite’s Citizen’s Advisory Committee for the Transportation Capacity Improvement Plan, Vice President of the Miss Nevada Scholarship Organization, 12 years on the Golf Fore Kids Golf Tournament Committee. I am currently a member of the City of Mesquite Master Plan Committee, Mesquite Rotary and MREA and have served on numerous other boards.
Why I’m Running for City Council
This Community means everything to me. I am passionate and committed to the continued growth and success of the City of Mesquite. I have spent 27 years getting to know this community and feel I have a direct and personal connection with all the citizens in my community. I want to be a voice for everyone from the children of Mesquite through the working citizens and the community of retired people who have chosen Mesquite as their home. We are a very diverse community and I know I can be the person on City Council who will focus on ensuring that every voice is heard when it matters. I know and understand the issues Mesquite faces. Mesquite had changed over the past 27 years from a town of less than 3500 to a town of over 22000.