Sonia is a rock climber, hiker, and scuba diver based in La Jolla. When she's not exploring the outdoors, she's probably reading, doing crossword puzzles, or working as an attorney, fintech entrepreneur, and consultant. Sonia received a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, summa cum laude, and a JD from Yale Law School.
Nancy is a native San Diegan and has been an Uptown activist for many years. After a decades-long career in daily newspapers and publishing, she returned to San Diego in 2002 to join her wife, Ann Garwood, in creating a successful publication. Nancy's community activism includes service as past Board Member and President of the Hillcrest Business Association, co-founder of the Hillcrest History Guild, Founding Member of the Hillcrest Town Council and Bankers Hill Community Group.
Kiah is an advocate for Clairemont Community "Safety & Awareness."
Two-time SDSU Graduate ('82, '86), Swanson is a man of many interests, including beekeeping. He now runs a consulting practice after a business career that has taken him from Abu Dhabi to Zürich. Enjoys hiking, biking, walking, golfing, and scuba diving.
Julia is highly active in the community.
Originally from upstate New York, Judy is a retired RN BSN PNP, school nurse and worked in the Sweetwater Union High School District for over 30 years. She enjoys working on the campaign with Barbara, and it has been so interesting because it represents a business model that is similar to the nursing model in the marketplace. In her spare time, Judy loves traveling to Costa Rica, Europe, and across the country.
Bill has been a San Diego resident since 1986. He grew up in Silicon Valley, where he began his career in financial services in 1977 and until he retired 2013. Most recently, Bill is a newly elected board members on the Pacific Beach Planning Group since 2019.
Longtime Uptown LGBT activist, co-founder HillQuest, Hillcrest History Guild, Hillcrest Town Council, Bankers Hill Community Group and small business owner for over 40 years.
I will bring leadership that puts solutions for San Diegans first, prioritizes fiscal discipline, stands up to the special interests, treats all residents and communities fairly, and creates comprehensive solutions to long-standing problems.
We’re all in this together. Are you interested in making real the promise of a just and fair community for all San Diegans?