In the coming months, making sure that Ward 6 residents have fair work for fair wages is going to be more important than ever. For the past fifteen years I have done my best to help people in our community find jobs. I have partnered with Alina Health to train East African EMTs, as we need first responders who can speak our languages and understand our culture more than ever. I have also volunteered with Metro Transit to help people find jobs as drivers and mechanics to get us where we need to go, and with EMERGE to provide CDL training, ensuring we have Owner-Operator truckers ready to provide us with what we need. Our ward has no shortage of young people who are looking for something to do with their lives, and we owe it to them to make sure they have good options. Our world is changing rapidly, but the one thing we don't have is a shortage of people ready to work, and I believe that, with my experience and your vote, we can all find new ways to help each other.