I am running for U.S. Congress to represent Florida’s 10th District.

I am an Educator and have been teaching mathematics for over 35 years.  I teach Calculus at the public high school and I’m an Adjunct Mathematics Professor at the college where I teach Calculus III.

 

If elected to Congress, I would be one of the few elected officials with a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) background.  Congress needs more STEM Professionals ready, willing, and able to find solutions for the significant challenges facing America in the 21st Century.

I am running for Congress because I have taught children for decades, and now it’s time for me to serve the larger community.

Education in Focus

Education Is So Important To Our Society:

Improves the Economy

Creates Employment Opportunities

Gives Back to the Community

Earns Higher Income

Develops Problem-Solving Skills

Spreads Awareness

Helps Progress

Gives Empowerment

Reduces Crime

Promotes Tolerance and Reduces Conflicts Between Diverse Populations

The Transition from Teacher to Politician

Teachers have a unique professional skill set:

Enthusiasm, Service, Leadership, Communication, Critical Thinking, Innovation, Motivation, Multitasking, Organizing, Patience, Time Management, Technology Skills, Creative Thinker, Conflict Resolution