My career has been focused on making mission-oriented organizations deliver results for citizens and stakeholders. I link policy to people as a dot connector, a communicator, and a problem solver. I excel at making positive change in challenging environments where governance and accountability and engagement matter.

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Philadelphia taxpayers are paying $35 million in 2020 to pay for the deal that built the Eagles stadium and Phillies ballpark, but it is almost certain that not a single fan will walk through the gates.  This deal always was a Major League Loser, but because the city will not see any revenues associated with fan attendance this year -- and maybe next year -- citizens are now getting routed.  When I worked in the Philadelphia City Controller's Office, I fought this outrage.  Now, I'm calling on Philadelphia's elected officials to renegotiate the deal to hold the teams accountable.  The Philadelphia Inquirer wrote about the issue -- HERE.