Katelyn proudly serves her community as a Councilor for the Town of Manlius, New York. She is passionate about environmental sustainability, trails, sidewalks, walkability; and social justice and economic development, among many other issues.

Kateyln is a mother and an accomplished Socially Responsible Financial Advisor in New York.

During the pandemic, economic recession, and climate crisis elected officials from across New York State and New Jersey are insisting on regional climate action to help the health and economic well-being of the millions of souls they represent. Transportation pollution doesn’t stop at state lines, that’s why over 180 of these elected officials are urging Governor Andrew Cuomo and Governor Phil Murphy, respectively, to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will commit New York and New Jersey to the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI).

This is Katelyn’s statement on the importance of TCI for her community and beyond.

TCI’s main tenant is to curb pollution from cars and trucks, the greatest source of human-made greenhouse gasses. The 12 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states along with the District of Columbia have been collaborating on TCI for months.