As your new mayor, you will find me down-to-earth, approachable, sincere and fun.
First and foremost, I see and understand people's needs, aspirations and the longing for peace and safety.
Every Calgarian must do his/her "home work" to examine each Candidate's experience and level of readiness to manage our city.
City council is in a "unique business", entrusted with taxpayers’ money to spend it wisely on infrastructure, social and human needs.
THE REAL NEED IS FOR A MAYOR, FREE FROM OUTSIDE INFLUENCE, KNOWLEDGEABLE AND AN EXPERIENCED MANAGER, ESPECIALLY IN BUDGETING, COMMUNICATION AND PEOPLE MANAGEMENT.
"A business person is “in business” to make money. An economist can show you how to make money. A career politician does not know what happened to your money!"
I BRING IN THE "KNOW HOW" IN MANAGEMENT.
Below is a list of my community service, volunteer involvements and participations
Supporting the kidney
(My father had passed
away at a young age of
42 due to kidneys'
Conducted studies based on my background and knowledge to make the most of the Green Line.
A comprehensive plan involves modern
system that is fast,
(This concept and the alternative option will be shared during this election period).
Fair Deal for Alberta
Inter-provincial trade constraints cost the Canadian economy up to
$130 billion every year.
A smart detailed new inter-provincial free
trade agreement was the
piece of my proposal that was presented to the FAIR DEAL PANEL, (December 10, 2019).
I was glad to know that on
March 2, 2020, Premier
Kenney announced his job creation blue print with a big focus on REDUCING
(see: link: https://youtu.be/Gwra7FNsJUo)
Got involved with Canadian
Mental Health Association
(CMHA), in Calgary
to help by focusing on
Women in Politics
Supporting Women in
Politics fund raiser events
Social and Dance Events