Lake County board District 10 (Republican)
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Lake County board District 10
Family: Married, Mother of 2 daughters
Occupation: CPA, Fremont Township Trustee
Education: CPA, Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Minor in Spanish
Fremont Township Trustee
Board Member, Congregation Or Shalom
Vice-Chairman, Midwest Region, B’nai B’rith International
Volunteer, D75 Schools
Republican Precinct Committeeman
Elected offices held: Current Fremont Township Trustee
Former Fremont Township Public Library Board
Current Membership Chair, Congregation Or Shalom
Current Vice-Chair, Midwest Region, B’nai B’rith International
Questions & Answers
If you are an incumbent, describe your main contributions. Tell us of any important initiatives you’ve led. If you are a challenger, what would you bring to the board and what would your priority be?
Lake County has a AAA bond rating. My priority will be to maintain and grow the fiscal health of Lake County. With my experience as a CPA and as a Fremont Township Trustee, I will bring the necessary skills to help bring that about, especially with the reduced funding from the State. I have gained both knowledge and experience doing hours of ride-a-longs with the Highway Commissioner to better understand road projects and the costs associated with them. I will bring the same active representation to the Lake County Board.
Regardless of whether this is a current problem, what can the board do to reduce harassment, especially sexual harassment against women, in the county or forest district offices? If there have been complaints of harassment, have they been investigated properly? Are new policies needed?