- Voted to support a reduction in the city's 2020 budget by five million dollars including eliminating items that violated the city's fiscal transparency commitment.
- Actively contributed to the city's development and implementation of its core values and strategic priorities.
- Spearheaded efforts to create and authored Sandpoint's first Integrated Weed Management Plan (adopted by the City Council in 2016) to reduce pesticide use on all city properties.
- Spearheaded and championed pesticide-free recreational areas at City Beach and the Windbag Marina.
- Successfully negotiated a substantial decrease in nutrient pollution entering the Pend Oreille River, based on scientifically sound data, from the city's wastewater treatment plant as part of the Wastewater Technical Advisory Committee.
- Implemented stormwater monitoring efforts (as Executive Director of LPOW) within city limits to proactively inform cost-saving mitigation strategies before Sandpoint is regulated by the state for stormwater discharge to local waterways.
- Elected to and an active member of the Association of Idaho Cities Municipal Water Users Board.
- Appointed to and an active member of the Association of Idaho Cities Environment Committee.
- One of eight elected officials across the United States selected to serve as part of a Delegation of Young Leaders to Taiwan to facilitate international relations with Idaho.
Visiting with students at Kaohsiung’s Fo Guang Shan (City of Buddhas) as part of the Delegation of Young Leaders to Taiwan.
Keeping City Beach and the Windbag Marina chemical free and safe for recreation through diver-mediated hand removal of invasive vegetation.
Accepting the Innovation Idea Award by the Idaho Local Highway Technical Assistance Council with Amanda Wilson, Sandpoint's Infrastructure & Development Services Director at the 2019 Association of Idaho Cities Annual Conference.