What I Stand For

Leadership Collierville is now a town of 51,000+ residents. It takes the right person, with years of experience making the difficult decisions, to ensure Collierville continues its “Collierville 2040
 plan of “Smart Growth.” For 15 years, I’ve listened thoughtfully to every citizen and family in Collierville to understand what Colliervillians want and don’t want so I could base all my decisions on what is best for all of Collierville. That is what I have done and what I will continue to do.

 

Community Collierville is now a melting pot of residents from all parts of the United States and around the world, young and old, of diverse cultures and faiths and education levels and of the entire spectrum of wants and needs. As we kicked off our effort to build the new high school, the theme was “One Town. One School.” We are one Collierville community with a singular goal: to create.

 

Opportunity From state-of-the-art Collierville High School with an equally strong emphasis on both STEM and trade industry vocational training, to our incredible parks and greenbelts and youth sports programs, to our strong business-friendly atmosphere for businesses of all sizes, to our robust economic vitality and the Town’s AAA credit rating with Moody’s, today’s Collierville has more opportunity than ever before. The opportunities for Collierville’s future look especially bright for all—life-long and long-time residents, new residents, empty-nesters and seniors, young families and singles.

 

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