Brenda O'Connor - council candidate

Election 2014: Council candidate Brenda O’Connor

Township of Esquimalt: O'Connor, Brenda - council candidate

  • Nov. 6, 2014 8:00 a.m.

Bio

Brenda was born in Victoria in 1972 and followed her parents on their various naval posts around the world. In 1988, the family was posted to CFB Esquimalt where Brenda enrolled at Esquimalt High School and became a resident in this wonderful municipality. Since then Brenda has completed her accounting degree at Camosun College, run a successful franchise tax office and been involved in many community and volunteer events. Most recently, Brenda serves as treasurer for the Rockheights Middle School PAC, is an active member of the Esquimalt High School alumni and a volunteer at the Esquimalt Chamber of Commerce. Brenda loves Esquimalt and is proud and excited to be part of its future growth and development.

 

Why should I vote for you?

I believe my financial and business background combined with my genuine interest in people will make me a valuable addition to Esquimalt council. As a former business owner, I understand how to encourage growth while continuing to maintain our unique community feel. Breanda is proud and excited to be part of Esquimalt’s future.

 

Your main goal if elected?

My main goal if elected is to engage the Esquimalt community. I will continue to live, work and play in Esquimalt, attending events and remaining open and accessible to the public. I will promote open forums to gather public input and look forward to growing with this wonderful community.

 

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