“For my entire professional career, I have worked to make the lives of those I have served better by making a positive difference for children, young adults, parents, grandparents, teachers, administrators and staff, and entire school communities.
In August of 2020, as superintendent, and in the best interest of the students’ mental and social health, I went against Gov. Beshear’s recommendation to delay the start of in-person instruction by six weeks. At the same time, as a member of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of Control, I voted against the Governor’s recommendation to delay the start of high school sports. #LetThemPlay
Now I have the opportunity to make a difference with the same commitment and courage for District 68 and Campbell County where I have lived all my life and where my roots run deep.”