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What I Stand For

Civic Engagement


We believe that our government should constantly be asking itself these three important questions:

  • What are we doing to include all voices in the process of government decision-making?

  • What systems do we have in place that to hold our city representatives and government agencies fully accountable?

  • How can we remove the unnecessary barriers to our city’s resources and services? 

During our time in office, we have made huge strides in changing the way business is done in the City of Boston in four main areas: Accessibility, Accountability, Transparency, and Civic Engagement. Here is some of what we’ve achieved:


Worked side-by-side with local advocates to write and pass an ordinance creating Retail Residental Kitchens, which allows home cooks to sell shelf-stable foods, share their culture, and lowers the barrier of entry for entrepreneurs.

Invited a dozen young people from across Boston to engage in policy work, communications work, and civic engagement work over the summer through our Civic Engagement Institute.

Organized a series of town halls focused on the impact of fireworks on the city as a whole as well as specific neighborhoods.

Facilitated weekly COVID-19 mental health check-ins hosted by and for young people 

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