About

Bio

I’m a ten year resident of Arlington County and have spent twenty-five years in the Washington, D.C. area, including a year on Capitol Hill as a Congressional Fellow for the 100th Congress, where I was employed by the House Education subcommittee that provides oversight for federal programs for the handicapped.

In 1993 I received a Ph.D. in Political Science from Temple University with a specialization in American voting behavior. As a doctoral candidate I spent several years teaching Political Science and introductory statistics. So I am well qualified to fill a leadership role on Arlington School Board.

Civic Involvement

I am a long time Arlington civic activist and Green Party leader. I have lobbied at the local, state and national level for legislation promoting an environmental agenda. I have also lobbied for fiscal restraint in managing both the Arlington County and Arlington School budgets.

I’ve run for Arlington County Board four times, and I routinely speak on the issues relevant to Arlington residents before Arlington County Board and Arlington School Board.

I am currently a member of both the Arlington Coalition for Sensible Transportation (ACST) and Arlingtonians for Sensible Transit (AST).