“The most rewarding moments of my legal career have involved the judiciary—from clerking for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to serving as a magisterial district judge. The courts impact people during what are often their lowest or most stressful moments. I strive to treat every person who enters the courtroom with respect, conduct a fair hearing, and reach a well-reasoned and educated decision. If elected to the Court of Common Pleas, I hope to continue that work as well as closely examine disparate sentencing, cash bail reform, and the expansion of mental health and drug courts, among other issues. I pledge to help restore the public’s respect for the judicial system.”