If elected into office, I will work towards creating a more sustainable community by managing our natural, cultural, economic and human resources for our and future generations.
Sustainability means protecting our rights and equal access to safe drinking water for all. It also means developing policies that protect our native species, habitats, and cultural sites that make Guam unique and sacred.
Sustainability also means fiscal responsibility, which involves increasing transparency in government revenues, cash management practices, procurement and identifying and allocating funds to direct services and to areas most in need, such as education, health, and safety.
Sustainability means managing our human resource by hiring qualified staff, developing their skills, and increasing apprenticeship programs in our schools. Sustainability involves diversification of our economy and promoting social entrepreneurship that combines business with social development or one that addresses needs within the community.