Owner, Millcove Baking Co.
I couldn’t be more proud of and excited for my friend Andrew in his run for City Council District 4. I first met Andrew three years ago when I approached him about selling my product at his new coffee shop, Little Woodfords. From the second I met him, Andrew poured so much love and support into my business, and new friendship into my life. This was all while managing to own and operate his own business, work multiple jobs, be an activist in his community and specifically in his own neighborhood. When the pandemic hit, unlucky timing also forced Andrew to have to relocate his business, and I watched as he navigated these obstacles effortlessly, all while providing support to his employees during an unprecedentedly challenging time. Not only does Andrew work to create safe, inclusive spaces in our city for every body, but he also truly believes in the ability to make positive changes around him. Some might be bitter or jaded, but Andrew chooses to move forward with strength and determination to change what needs changing. He is a kind soul, a hard worker, a good friend, a passionate activist, and an excellent choice for City Council.