Curriculum Design Developer, Grand Canyon University; Retired, U.S. Army (Military Police)
Vistancia Resident Since
Hobbies and Interests
Politics, history, public speaking, camping, hunting
Why did you decide to run for the Board?
I felt my experience in evaluating the infrastructure and interaction between federal, state and city communities and organizations would be something that could be of service to our community. Particularly in light of the new dynamics in transitioning to a full-fledged community HOA.
What do you bring to the table as a Board member?
I believe I have the ability to maintain an impartial view to matters regarding regulations and procedures, yet at the same time, to also temper that impartiality with the view that life is not one side or the other. In some instances, there has to be a fair balance and hard decisions.
What do you hope to accomplish as a Board member?
I hope to play a role in guiding our communities to becoming even better places to work and place. To that end, I want to be able to hear from our members regarding their ideas on how to make Vistancia better.
What is the best part of living in the Village at Vistancia?
From the very first day, I have been impressed with the feeling of community. Everyone looks out for everyone else, and there is always someone willing to help out. It hearkens back to the neighborhoods of my childhood, and I want to capture that and build on it.