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My Biography

I’m emotionally invested in Hamilton County and Noblesville in particular. I care deeply about the people that live here; what happens to us and how we are governed. I have vested roots here. This is where my people live and are growing up and getting older. I am passionate about the community where we live our lives for myself, my family, and my neighbors.

My first business was founded in Noblesville in a spare bedroom in 1993. We’ve recently opened our Noblesville office at 485 Sheridan Road in the heart of much development.

I know economic development because it’s what I live daily. With over 30 years’ experience employing tens of thousands of people, my expertise is in business operations, workforce planning, composition, and delivery.  As a CEO, my blend of knowledge in finance, risk mitigation, and large workforce agreements with companies makes me uniquely qualified to represent Hamilton County District Three (Noblesville, Cicero, Arcadia, and Atlanta). I know what it takes to run an enterprise. I have a deep understanding of accountability, best business practices, finance, insurance, contracts, taxes, debt, financial statements, technology, law, accounting, environmental remediation, construction, and education.

I know what it takes to attract business to Hamilton County.

In addition to leading my own companies, I have 20 years of Board of Director experience with substantial enterprises, including terms as Board President for both Freedom School (An English-speaking school in the Dominican Republic) and Truth At Work (A faith based CEO and Executive leadership development not-for-profit). I am a citizen legislature candidate looking to serve my community. I am not a career politician; I don’t make a living from those who benefit from city contracts or decisions. I am a businessperson with skills and experiences learned over time looking to give back.

I have the right blend of experience, knowledge, and relationships to be the most effective candidate representing District Three on the Hamilton County Council.


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