She will be a "Citizen's Mayor"
(PRWEB) August 03, 2013
Monika has lived in Colorado for 21 years, and in Centennial since its inception. She has been married to Cory for 18 years and has 5 children. After working as a legal secretary in the Law Department of a mining company, she attended Arapahoe Community College and received her AA degree in paralegal studies. She continued to work in a private law office until getting married, and decided to stay home to take care of her children. She spends most of her time volunteering at her children's schools, helping at her church and most recently, at The Crossing, Denver Rescue Mission. She and her husband have been heavily involved with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Denver for the past 5 years. She has served on the Chapparal 480 HOA Board as a director, the Secretary, and a member of the association’s financial committee.
Why is Monika running for Mayor? This isn't about Monika, she doesn't have political or career aspirations. This is about the community. This is about integrity, fairness, honesty and responsiveness within government and elected officials. This campaign is to stand against pursuit of personal or vested interests or power grabs. She will be straight forward and continue to get input from the residents to see that government:
- Represents the people, not the politicians aspirations;
- Is responsive to the community, not the few;
- Avoids over-intrusiveness, excessive spending, stays limited and within its means, that we have seen in our current Mayor's tenure.
Monika wants to be the voice of the People of Centennial.