It is my great honor to be elected to the Town Council in my hometown of Corte Madera.
There is so much about this community that makes the opportunity to serve it an immense privilege. Corte Madera is unrivaled in the generosity of its citizens, the nobility of its values, and the beauty of its surroundings. In a time of deep divisions, Corte Madera remains a refreshing and inspiring community of close-knit friends and neighbors.
In that spirit, I look forward to dedicating the next years of my life to faithfully serving all Corte Madera residents—young or old, struggling or wealthy, liberal or conservative.
I’m excited by the opportunities our town faces right now, and motivated by the difficult challenges that lie ahead. I can’t wait to get to work addressing these issues, and I look forward to translating our community’s shared values into meaningful, practical solutions. I hope each and every one of you will continue to be a partner in that effort by sharing your ideas, experiences, and expertise with the Town’s leadership.
My profound gratitude goes out to the voters of Corte Madera for their trust, as well as to everyone who supported me on this journey in any way, including those who endorsed my candidacy, hosted a lawn sign, walked door to door with me, or donated to the campaign. I also want to thank my fellow candidates—Bob Ravasio, Valeria Sasser, and David Kunhardt—for dedicating their time and efforts to discussing the issues facing our town.
Finally, I’d like to thank the current Town Council and town staff for their outstanding service to our community, and I look forward to working with many of these dedicated public servants in the years ahead.
To all of Corte Madera: let’s see what we can accomplish together.