About Sherrisa Celis
Sherrisa Celis entered local politics in 2017 by running for a seat in Ward 13. She garnered almost 3000 votes but not enough to unseat the incumbent. Having won the hearts of many, Sherrisa is pursuing her political career. She believes that Calgary’s successful ethnocultural communities need a strong voice in Edmonton.
Sherrisa Celis is running for nomination in Calgary Cross under the United Conservative Party. She has started door knocking in the communities of Calgary Cross namely: Rundle, Pineridge, Monterey, Marlborough and Marlborough Park. She is familiar in these communities because of her community work around the city. She has various events being held in these communities.
She is a woman of passion, dedication, determination and commitment. She will pursue the ideals of the conservatives and become an advocate for the vulnerable.
One of the most memorable lessons Sherrisa learnt from her time in Canada is the value of volunteerism. Sherrisa is passionate about her community and Alberta.
Sherrisa is determined to win the nomination and eventually win the general election in 2019. Sherrisa will be the new voice in the province.
- 10+ years of experience serving citizens and communities in Calgary
- Built bridges and fostered links among various immigrant communities and the wider society
- Firsthand knowledge on issues relating to seniors’ welfare
- Eager to employ skills, talents and insights in the service of all Albertans
Why I'm Running?
- Bringing fiscal responsibility and democratic accountability back into provincial government
- Putting common sense economic policy over ideology and special interest
- Expand opportunity for all Albertans, support free enterprise and personal initiative, lay the foundations for a dynamic and competitive economy and restore the Alberta advantage
Why the United Conservative Party?
- Representing the values of freedom, family, community and aspiration
- Building a more inclusive and broad-based conservatism for all Albertans
- Standing by Jason Kenney and helping him become the next Premier of Alberta
- Opening up the policy and political process to grassroots participation
The Alberta Government we deserve:
- Scrap the Carbon Tax and restore jobs and investment into our oil & gas sector and into the Alberta economy as a whole
- Cut down on government debt and spending and put more money back in Albertans’ pockets
- Ensure essential services in healthcare and education are efficient, high-quality and fiscally sustainable; where possible, harness the power and dynamism of market incentives
- Assertively make the case for pipeline development at home and throughout the country