Faith, Family, Freedom and Fiscal Responsibility
Ann's faith serves as her moral compass. She is a practicing Catholic and has been married to her husband Tim for 32 years. They have three millennial age sons who are all proud graduates of Brighton High School.
Ann believes government’s role should be limited and the Constitution should be upheld. Financial decisions need to be made with a strong sense that each dollar being spent belongs to the taxpayer. The government’s money is the taxpayer’s money – not an expense account.
Ann is actively involved in the community and is often recognized as a doer and leader.
She is active professionally as a clerk and local elected official, in the community, and at her church.
Her involvement includes serving on the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors as the most recent president, current president of Holy Spirit Parish Council, Michigan Townships Association Board of Directors, the Livingston County Municipal Clerks Association as Treasurer and past president, Livingston County Community Alliance, and the Michigan Municipal Clerks Association Legislative Committee and Council of Elections Officials. She previously served on the Livingston Community Water Authority and she and husband Tim are also associate members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Ann is also involved with the Livingston County Republican Party as an elected member to the Executive Committee and is as an active volunteer for community events and causes.
Proven and Respected Leader
Ann currently serves as the Brighton Township Clerk, a position she has held since 2003.
While serving as Clerk, she has received compliments for being approachable. She is known and respected for her keen ability to sift through the details and see the big picture.
As Clerk and as a member of the Board of Trustees, Ann spearheaded a financial transparency initiative, pushed for cost-saving measures to reduce expenses and limit long-term liabilities, fought for policies to ensure long-standing debt obligations be met, championed efforts to pay off debt early, and administered clean elections year in and year out.
She has earned the respect of many over the years, was recently enrolled in the Brighton Women’s Honor Roll, and is a nominated finalist for Township Clerk of the Year.
She serves on the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Michigan Municipal Clerks Association Legislative Committee and Council of Election Officials, and the Michigan Townships Association Board of Directors.