|Present Employer / position||House of Tulip|
|Length of residence in Jurisdiction||Lifelong resident of New Orleans|
|List of educational institutions and degrees|
|Prior elected and appointed positions||Member- Mayor's Office of Human Rights and Equity's LGBTQ+ Task Force|
|Civic involvement and affiliations||Senior National Organizer- Transgender Law Center|
Independent Women's Organization
Black and Pink
Hosted a number of food and clothing drives and community clean up efforts
|1. Do you feel like the wages for municipal employees, such as the NOFD and EMS are adequate, and if not, how do you propose raising them?
||No- municipal employees and City contractors should get a $15/hour minimum wage indexed to inflation and the City Council should work with Civil Service to raise those wages. The City should also reconstitute the Internal Auditing Division to monitor compliance with the minimum wage requirements. |
|2. Will you support an ordinance to establish an independent external evaluation of the Ethics Review Board as called for in the Charter? Please explain your answer.
||Yes- this would provide for a more independent and apolitical ethics review board. |
|3. In your role as the regulatory body for Entergy, what factors would you consider to increase rates?
||I would not consider increases to rates in the foreseeable future. |
|4. Where is the best site for a new City Hall and why?
||The current site should be renovated and used as the City's municipal building. If feasible, Gallier Hall could host the City Council Chambers and Mayor's Executive Office staff. |