For Immediate Release:
January 11, 2018
Jennifer Nguyen Moore announces candidacy for Ramsey County Board Commission
(St. Paul, MN) -- Jennifer Nguyen Moore is excited to announce her campaign for Ramsey County Board, District 3. As a Commissioner, she will lead through transparency, community engagement, relationship-building, and amplifying voices of constituents.
“As a woman of color and the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, I am running for Ramsey County Board to ensure that our community thrives, and not just survives. I am passionate about building healthy communities and equitable systems that benefit all residents in District 3, while breaking down barriers and being honest about the disparities and cycle of poverty that are real for many of our residents.”
Jennifer is a life-long St. Paul resident, growing up on University Avenue and now living in the North End with her husband and 1-year-old daughter.
Nguyen Moore has spent her career advocating for racial equity and environmental justice, through work at public and nonprofit agencies. Additionally she serves as a Ramsey County election judge and on two advisory boards for the state: the Environmental Justice Advisory Group with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the Health Equity Advisory Leadership Council with the Minnesota Department of Health. She earned a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Policy and Social Justice at the University of Minnesota.
Ramsey County District 3 includes Falcon Heights and St. Paul neighborhoods of Como, Frogtown, Hamline-Midway, North End and Payne-Phalen.
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If you have any questions, please contact Campaign Manager Caitlin Schwartz at 651-321-3170.