One of the reasons I left Frost Brown Todd to become an Assistant Attorney General, working on behalf of consumers, is that I truly believe in public service. I don't accept the bumper sticker notion that "government is the problem." Public servants can be, and should be, there to help. I was reared to think that way. I was brought up to believe that public service is an obligation that making a difference is what it's all about. My mother was a homemaker and teacher. My sister is a teacher. My brother is an Air Force intelligence officer. My father has been a long time city attorney and volunteer firefighter. I was taught to work for positive change. I intend to do that in Frankfort.