Laura is a dedicated public servant with a background working with youth and families. After 11 years in community-based nonprofit, Laura began working in government to learn how to attack issues from new angles. She is a problem solver who knows how to look critically at a situation, listen to those affected and develop a comprehensive approach to reach a resolution. With a focus on mental health services, affordable housing and preserving local jobs, Laura will work to ensure the community thrives instead of struggling to get by. Throughout her career she has engaged, served and inspired those around her and she will bring that energy to public office.
Laura is a working mother of two completing a Masters in Public Administration, wife and partner to a man with Schizophrenia and an enthusiastic advocate for the needs of the community.