Dr. Regmi is perhaps the first Nepali woman to run for the Georgia Legislature ‘House of Representatives’ race, where almost all the posts have been occupied by the Americans. Dr. Regmi win the Democratic Party’s Primary Election 2014.
An international development consultant, Regmi is of Nepali origin and was born in Katmandu, Nepal. She is currently serving with the ‘Peachtree Corners Zoning Board of Appeals’ and serves on a number of civic institutions. Dr. Regmi is currently President of the ‘Peachtree Station Homeowners Association’, founding member of ‘Peachtree Corners Business Association’, member of the ‘Women of Peachtree Corners’, founding member of the ‘Citizens for Simpsonwood Conservancy’, member of the ‘Ebony Society’, member of the ‘Organization of Chinese Americans’, member of the ‘Nepalese Americans in Southeast America’, and past-President of the ‘League of Women Voters of Gwinnett County.’
Dr. Regmi is running to increase the community’s decision-making power for better governance, increase local control of public resources, and promote green neighborhoods. She wants to bring more investments to the district for schools, parks, businesses and transportation. She is a fiscal conservative and socially progressive who will fight to protect community assets, promote an open and transparent government, and be an effective and pragmatic voice in the General Assembly. Dr. Regmi says “I am not a conventional politician, but a parent, a small businesswoman, and a community advocate who knows that our community deserves better. I hope to bring a fresh perspective and new voice to a district that is demographically and electorally changing rapidly.”
Speaking to the www.nepal24hours.com, Dr. Regmi asserts that She has Better Schools , Newly imigrant woman rights, Stronger Senior Services, Creating Good Jobs as her campaign agenda.
“I have been looking forward every support from all Nepalese in America, besides necessary endorsement of mainstream American Politician,” Dr. Regmi said.
Dr. Regmi plans to run a strong and professional campaign, and is determined to showcase District 95 as a flagship for smart development in the State. She is honored to represent the American-Nepalese community not only in Georgia but the entire United States of America as well as all the different voting population of the district.
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