Candidate for state representative Gerly Adrien has proven herself to be a person committed to supporting the nation’s protective forces. As a state representative for Everett, Adrien would ensure that the local police are well funded and supported.
“It is important that the community supports its police officers as much as the police support its community,” Adrien said. “I hope to do more to improve and strengthen the relationship between our community and its police force when I reach the state representative office. They really do sacrifice a lot for us.”
With her years of work in finances and fundraising, Adrien is well qualified to garner financial support from the State House for Everett Police. She has also dedicated herself to be a leader in community engagement for the city of Everett. Adrien plans to hold regular community events once she gets into office, with the purpose of connecting Everett residents with those who serve the city. She has promised to host monthly meet-and-greets and quarterly State House town halls.
As she has emphasized repeatedly on the campaign trail this summer, Adrien’s focus is to provide better representation for the people of Everett by giving them a voice in the state house and offering them better resources at home – including a strong, trustworthy police force.
Adrien’s past experience working with the Inspector General for the U.S. Navy has prepared her to be a leader liaison between the community and its protective forces. As an employee of the Navy, Adrien was integral in creating policy that ensured people would be paid fairly and equally for comparable work. Not only did she fulfill her work duties, Adrien made the effort to live with members of the Navy and develop an understanding for the military lifestyle.
“During my experience with the U.S. Navy, I learned the importance of this institution in our country,” Adrien said. “I have seen firsthand how critical it is that cities and towns across the United States trust and support the women and men who fight for us.”
The election will be held on Thursday, September 8. You can learn more about Gerly Adrien and how she is breaking barriers and building a better future for everyone at www.gerlyadrien.com
For more information or to get involved with the campaign, please contact candidate Gerly Adrien at 617-835-8267 or her campaign manager David Lindsey at 202-213-0887.