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  • Phoenix Business Journal - “40 Under 40” 

  • Maricopa County Branch of NAACP - Certificate of Recognition for untiring work in the area of civil engagement, growing economy and creating jobs. 

  • GPEC - Outstanding Regional Cooperation Award 

  • 2019 In Business Magazine - Women of Achievement Award

  • 2019 Champion for Children and Families by Child and Family Resources



  • Mayor’s Proclamation Against Hate (March 22, 2019)


  • Community Engagement Services for 2025 Phoenix Food Action Plan (Ordinance S-45842) (6/19 Formal Meeting)


  • Authorization to Issue Request for Proposals for Disposition and Redevelopment of City-Owned Property at 723 W. Polk St. A motion was made by Vice Mayor Waring, seconded by Councilwoman Williams, that this item be approved with the following stipulations: a 99-year restriction on the property to require 60 percent of the site to be for affordable and
    workforce housing with a preference towards veterans, with a minimum of 25 CASH vouchers; to maintain a veterans presence in community and services with a 99- year deed restriction on the site; the site is to be listed on the RFP as either for sale or for lease; to award additional points to proposers who maintain features on their RFP proposal under the concept to activate the site; to allow the flagpole to remain on site; and include architectural elements that will benefit a gateway into Downtown and the Grand Avenue area

  • Proposed Downtown Shared Electric Scooter Pilot Program (Ordinance G-6602)

  • Support for Phoenix Non-discrimination ordinance after Brush and Nib decision

  • Supported a successful ordinance on Short-Term Rental Registration (Ordinance G-6653)

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