husband Jack (a professor at the University of Idaho) have been living in Moscow since 1997.
They have two young children and are part owners of the One World Cafe, which was opened in downtown Moscow at the corner of Main and Sixth St. on March 1, 2005.
Brandy finds great challenges and rewards in being a local small business owner and is proud to be a part of the business community that helps Moscow thrive.
has demonstrated through experience that the Moscow community can and will support locally owned businesses, which in her
view is critical to maintaining the character and uniqueness of our downtown.
believes that we need to work to enourage local entrepreneurship and new businesses and to support those who take that risk, benefitting the entire community.
supports the enhancement and improvement of our city while involving the citizens in shaping development and retaining local control, thereby keeping dollars in our community.
Brandy serves as a Moscow Urban Renewal Agency Commissioner and serves on the Community Development Committee of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce.
She is a Speech-Language Pathologist, working part time at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center and at Gritman Medical Center.
describes herself as an optimist who finds commonalities among diverse community members, and believes that we can work together to shape the growth and change in Moscow that future generations will take pride in.