A life-long resident of the district, I have served as State Representative for the Towns of Dracut and Tyngsborough for the last 18 years. I am a full-time legislator who has a part-time law practice which I schedule around all of my legislative responsibilities.
I have consistently voted for what is in the best interests of the citizens of our district and not what is in my own political interest. I have supported legislation based on what its effect on
the people of Dracut and Tyngsborough no matter which political party offers it. I love being State Representative and have never, and will never, use this position as a personal political
I have worked hard and remain committed to work my hardest to: improve the economy; create new jobs and retain current jobs; deliver increases in Local Aid to our communities to fund education, public safety, assistance for veterans and senior citizens, roadway improvements.
JD, Suffolk Law School, 1994
BS, Biological Sciences, University of Lowell, 1985
First woman from Dracut to be elected as State Representative