Progressive-leaning voters who are impatient with McClintock's conservative stance on environmental, econonomic and social issues are leaning toward this Democratic alternative. Supports cannabusiness and "federal decriminalization across all states." Boasts of her long-time district residency and business experience.
Candidate in race for U.S. House District 4
From her campaign website:
An accomplished businesswoman, Kennedy is the founder of Topia – a software company that has pioneered new tools to help more businesses compete in a changing economy, while helping tens of thousands of workers transition into new jobs and communities.
She was raised in a rural community that struggled in the aftermath of manufacturing plant closures. Her father was a community college teacher, the first in his family to attend college and a military veteran. Her mother runs a small-town store.
Growing up, Brynne was a competitive gymnast, who won three State Championships and qualified for the US National Junior Elite Training Team before an injury ended her Olympic aspirations.
After graduating college, Kennedy worked on financing infrastructure and housing projects in high growth communities across the world.
Since leaving Topia, Kennedy has emerged as one of America’s leading voices on the effects of technology on the workplace, and for policies that enable more workers and businesses to acquire the skills and support to compete in the 21st century. She’s a former columnist for the Financial Times and her first book was published by McGraw-Hill in October of 2019.
Brynne is also the founder of Mobility4All, a charitable initiative that supported refugees displaced by political conflict and environmental disruptions, and has advised lawmakers on policy issues in the face of a changing economy that too often shortchanges rural communities in favor of large coastal cities.
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