Community awareness is very important to me. Everyday is an opportunity to learn something new if we are allow ourselves to do so. I am always looking for ways to contribute and give back to my community; and that is the Tennessee Creed of Volunteerism.
As a Veteran of the United States Army, I care very deeply about my brother and sister veterans. Challenges faced by our veteran population is a unique one that requires an all-hands-on-deck approach. The stigma of mental health and addiction has become a great burden to some of our veterans and active duty service members. We all have a voice in this struggle and my role as a mentor with the Veteran Treatment Court of Montgomery County is one example of how I’m giving back as members of the VTC program are connected with fellow veterans for inspiration and support.
As a member of other various support organizations within the community, I am able to interact with many people in the community. My memberships include the Women Veteran Association Chapter 47 of Clarksville, the Clarksville Human Relation Commission, and the Disproportionate Minority Contact, which is a part of Tennessee Commission of Children and Youth. I am also Chair of the Montgomery County Democratic Party.
I am a passionate advocate for my community, and acknowledge the blessings bestowed upon me and want to be your voice here in Montgomery County Tennessee. JoAnn Latz ask for your support and vote on August 2, 2018 for County Commission District 3.
What's Unique About Clarksville
Take the “Last Train to Clarksville”, because why would you want to be anyplace else. The beauty and sense of community is the reason so many gravitate to our city. There is a reason why we are growing to be the fourth largest city in the state of Tennessee. You can find people from all around the world right here in beautiful Clarksville Tennessee. In a way we symbolize the International Hot Spot of the South, due to our relationship with Ft. Campbell. For a place that offers that personal sense of community with access to a international community, the question should be why not Clarksville, Tennessee..
I need to hear from you, the residents of Montgomery County District 3. This is how we make our community work for everyone. There might be something that affect you and many others, but when you choose to speak up, you become a voice for the silent. JoAnn Latz want to be your voice in Montgomery County Government so, please give me a call or email to let your voice be heard.
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