Welcome to My Campaign Website!
FOCUSED on Fayette
My vision for Fayette county is to continue to support business and housing opportunities, aging community resources, planned growth and county recreational amenities, and to pursue alternative revenue streams to support our budget without impacting the citizens.
Why Fayette County
Nineteen years ago, my husband and I made the decision to move to Fayette county from metropolitan Atlanta.
- Top ranked education system
- Fayette county residents are very friendly, diverse and community oriented
- Plethora of resources to help entreprenuers and business owners to establish a good foundation for businesses to start, grow and succeed.
- Cultural events held throughout the county bring connectivity amongst our residents
Fayette county exudes a hometown feel and has the perfect blend of suburban living, and tranquil rural estates surrounded by beauty and friendly residents.
Kendall, Taylour and Parker are my pride and joy!
My son Kendall received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications from Tennessee State University and currently lives in Nashville, TN. He works for Mcangus, Goudelock and Courie Law Firm as an Office Coordinator. Kendall is also an active member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
My son Taylour received his Bachelor of Science degree in Equine
Science and Management from the University of Kentucky in 2019. He is currently working on his Masters degree at Georgia State University in Environmental Public Health, and is a Graduate Research Assistant for the school’s Department of Research and Environmental Safety. Taylour earned his Eagle Scout rank from Troop 79 in Tyrone, 2014.
My son Parker is on the Autism spectrum, and he currently attends the REACH program through the Fayette County Board of Education. Parker has received services from our county since he was in daycare where he was identified through a program called Babies Can’t Wait. Parker loves trains and Asian dance videos. Parker earned his Eagle Scout rank from Troop 79 in Tyrone, 2019.
Both Taylour and Parker grew up in the Fayette county school system in Tyrone beginning with pre-school.