Good Governance

Community CDD Protest at March 10 Board Meeting

Good Governance

In order to be effective for my constituents, I believe how I do this work is as important as what I do. Good governance requires:

  • Leading with the community, being present and transparent, staying informed about the issues, and effectively communicating my work to constituents. 
  • Engaging with our diverse and vibrant community to not only understand what is needed, but how we can work and advocate together. 
  • Applying equity impact assessments to our policies, programs and practices to determine whether there is a disparate impact on disenfranchised and marginalized communities, particularly amongst our students of color, immigrant, indigenous and LGBTQ+ students.
  • Advocate to stop unfunded mandates from the legislature. 
  • Staying open and transparent about my policy stances. That’s why I’m sharing questionnaires from 2018 and those I’ve completed thus far for the 2020 District 6 School Board race. Check back for more as the campaign continues.

QUESTIONNAIRES, BIOS, RESUME, SPEECHES 2020

MFT Video Question 2020

DFL Endorsement Video Introduction

QUESTIONNAIRES, BIOS, RESUME, SPEECHES 2018

WomenWinning2018SBQuestionnaire

Northeaster Voter’s Guide Q&A ~ NENewsVoterGuideSB2018

STRIB SB Candidate bio form 2018 (01A)

Resume2018

BryantKingfield &Lyndale At-large questionnaire

2018OutFrontSBQuestionnaire

MFTEndorsementQuestionnaire2018

2018 EdMN legislative screening questionnaire

MRLF Screening Packet Minneapolis School Board 2018

SBConventionSpeech2018pdf

LetterRe_SBRes&CPC2018PDF

Prepared and Paid for by Rebecca for MN

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