As a community organizer, former attorney, and mother, Ellen is acutely aware of the challenges we face and has the skills and experience to tackle them. She has worked her entire career to build community and improve conditions for people where she lives.
And she knows how to get things done in Bedford.
As a Bedford Town Board Member, Ellen has been tackling some of our pressing issues including police reform, energy waste, budget shortfalls, infrastructure, and resident access to resources. As Program Director of Bedford 2030 - a non-partisan, community-based organization that promotes the creation of a sustainable, resource-conserving community – Ellen drove projects forward and achieved real results alongside residents, organizations, institutions and government in our region.
Ellen believes in the power of us! Together we can ensure reliable services, public safety, vibrant institutions, and economic vitality in our town. With Ellen’s experience, empathy and track record, she will strengthen our hamlets, stay under the tax cap, and create healthy, forward thinking, environmentally sound policies. These policies will provide cleaner water and air while conserving energy, ensuring economic growth, and creating the inclusive, welcoming Bedford we can all be proud of. When we work together there is nothing we cannot accomplish.
Please consider making a donation to help get Ellen elected by clicking above, or you may mail a check to Friends of Ellen Calves c/o Treasurer Susan Sweeney, 149 Allison Rd, Katonah, NY 10536.
For more information please visit https://www.friends-of-ellen-calves.com