(14th in a series of posts on candidates for election)
Just learned that Ashley Daubert is running for the two-year slot, against Grace Crampsie Smith and Will Carpenter.
Info from a Morning Call article:
- registered nurse
- campaign and political initiatives would be “quality-of-life centered”
- “I decided to run for Bethlehem City Council because I want to be the voice for vulnerable populations in our great city; namely, the homeless, mentally ill, addicted, our children, and our aging residents”
- Partnering with the Bethlehem Area School District to solve the lunch debt problem
- Opening up dialogue to de-stigmatize mental illness and fight the opioid epidemic
- Promoting policies, such as pedestrian safety, to protect senior citizens
Daubert is American Nurses Credentialing Center board-certified in psychiatric-mental health nursing and the clinical manager of the Lehigh Valley Health Network Street Medicine team, which provides services to the homeless in the Lehigh Valley. Last year, she launched a business, Daubert Home Care, that provides personal care services to senior citizens.