Innovation. Collaboration. Determination.

Shannon is running to bring new energy to commission, visionary leadership, accountability, teamwork and open lines of communication. As a business law attorney, a business owner, property owner, landlord, Renaissance Covington board member/economic vitality chair, Latonia Uptown board member, and former professional athlete – Shannon has worn a lot of hats and brings her breadth of experience, collaborative mindset, relentless desire for a better tomorrow and the ability to work and advocate for it.

Shannon on the Issues


  • Implement creative revenue producing models for city projects
  • Bring new business by reducing red tape – increasing our tax base, not burden
  • Fight for proportional safety (police/fire) representation for ALL parts of Covington


  • Address flooding issues and hold SD1 accountable
  • Make better/informed decisions for those hired to repair roads, sidewalks and assure completed effectively and efficiently
  • Collaborate with PDS to create better policies and processes, particularly for historic properties
  • Be forward thinking in development and strategic with initiatives for revitalization efforts
  • Use Technology to increase operational efficiency, data share, and improve government services and citizen welfare


  • Engage each neighborhood to assure needs of all Covingtonians are heard
  • Meet neighborhood leaders with regular cadence to voice concerns, communicate opportunity, hold those elected accountable
  • Eliminate siloed efforts and create more public/private partnerships to advance city initiatives
  • Strengthen Latonia Main street through collaboration with City and Renaissance Covington

Parks and Rec

  • Assure existing parks have adequate, well kept facilities, fields, courts, bike, and walking trails

Main Street Program in Latonia

We need to bring a Main Street Program comparable to Renaissance Covington to Latonia. A comparable program in Latonia can help the economic vitality of Latonia. Renaissance Covington receives city funding and will soon be on a self sustaining model. If Renaissance Covington can temporarily support to the program in Latonia, it could prove to be the perfect catalyst for new development.