My name is Cameron Rye, and I am a nine-year resident of Berkley, where I have a spouse and two children that attend Angell Elementary School.
Professionally, I work as a Senior Developer. My resume can provide better insight into my career and educational background.
As an active participant in our community, I am privileged to be an alumnus of the Berkley Public Safety's Citizens Academy and a member of the New Community Center Mayoral Committee.
In 2019, I was Volunteer Coordinator for Natalie Price's campaign for Berkley City Council, giving me an idea of the enormous amount of work it takes to run a successful campaign for public office.
Throughout my life and career, I have had the opportunity to discover and accomplish a great many things, which I will summarize here as a list of eight qualifications for city council appointment:
- A good understanding of local government and the law.
- Knowledge of the issues and challenges facing the community.
- Excellent communication and public speaking skills.
- The ability to work collaboratively with other members of the council.
- The capability to analyze data and make informed decisions.
- A commitment to serving the public and representing the values of the community.
- The capacity to manage projects and organize resources.
- Dedication to ethics and transparency.
I look forward to speaking further with the committee about my love for Berkley and how my credentials can help serve its residents for the better.
Thank you for your time and consideration.