CONTRIBUTED BY CANDACE MOON
Candace M. Moon is an official candidate for re-election to represent District 1 in the Centennial City Council. The city election is November 5, 2019.
Moon, who has lived in the Centennial area for 27 years, is currently serving you on City Council. She is a civic activist in Centennial and South Metro-area community affairs. She believes the city is stronger when people with diverse backgrounds and views work together to come up with the best solutions to our challenges.
Moon has extensive experience from the military, federal and local government and private industry in supervisory and management positions. She continue to be a strong voice on the Centennial City Council for:
• Continuing the current responsible, ethical, conservative stewardship of our public resources
• Managing and planning economic development to bring jobs and grow our tax base
• Maintaining roads and infrastructure
• Improving public safety and land use policies
• Maintaining our property values and neighborhood cultures to continue a high quality of life.
Centennial grew from a fledgling city into a viable and vibrant community, recognized on a national level as a great place to live, work, play and do business. Candace Moon will work hard and smart to keep what we have and improve on all aspects of our wonderful city.
A native of Arkansas, Moon earned a BA Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Park University, a Master’s Degree in Applied Communication from the University of Denver, and certified in Alternative Dispute Resolution. She is an Air Force veteran, a former small business owner and community volunteer through many civic organizations. Candace Moon is a retired supervisor from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
She served as an officer in the South Suburban Denver Chapter of Jack and Jill, Inc.; former secretary of the Hubert L. “Hooks” Jones Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc.; former vestry member of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church; a member of the NAACP; and served on the board of directors for the Arapahoe Highlands Civic Association. Moon is a recipient of the Outstanding Young Women of America Award. She currently serves us all in her duties on the City’s Investment Committee, the Centennial Airport Noise Roundtable and on the Centennial Youth Commission.
Candace is married to Vorry C. Moon. The couple has seven children, 12 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
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