Glover passionate about community |

Glover passionate about community

Jerri Glover and I first crossed paths in 2011 through Nevada County Makes. My first inclination of her was that she was not only passionate about this community but honestly cared about the people in it. Since then her passion has grown and it is obvious through her involvement with the both Chamber of Commerce’s, the Nevada County Community Leadership Institute and the Downtown Association. It does not stop there either. Jerri is a zealous member of Toastmasters International and supports many other local non-profits.

I think Grass Valley is ready for a candidate like Jerri. She stands up for what she believes in, supports small business and will listen to the people she is making decisions for. Also, I am not sure if the community has picked up on her choice of color for her campaign, purple. Not only does she love the color, but it also stands for her commitment to working together and compromise. What happens when you mix red and blue together? You get purple.

Sarah Herbert

Grass Valley

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