Born in Boston, I have lived in Brookline since I was four. Like many, my parents moved to Brookline to put me through the Brookline Schools. I went to the Lawrence School for my younger years (K-8) and I graduated Brookline High School in 2005. After high school, I started at the University of Massachusetts Boston where I majored in Criminal Justice while fulfilling a minor in Sociology. During my freshman year, I took my first run for Selectman after closely studying town government for roughly four years. Since then, I have learned a lot about the budget process and have dedicated myself to learning about every aspect of town government.
An activist on preserving our past while building our future, I have designed four historic Neighborhood Brochures that discuss four different locations in town. PLease feel free to download a PDF under the Community Involvement tab. Further, I have put together a walking tour of Historic Brookline Village. As an environmentalist, I have worked with a Brookline Town Recyling Committee to promote recycling in our parks and public ways with the drafting of the public space recycling containers by-law in 2009. In addition, I have helped start a recycling program for the Boston University apartments in town comprising of 22 total apartment units.
Today I am a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston with my bachelors in Criminal Justice and Sociology. I am currently employed with the New England School of English as Program Advisor.