Sarah Parady Announces Candidacy for Denver City Council

Sarah Parady (’09), Partner at Lowrey|Parady|Lebsack Attorneys at Law, was featured in Denverite discussing her advocacy as a labor and civil rights litigator and her current candidacy for a Denver City Council at-large seat (“Labor and Civil Rights Attorney Sarah Parady Announces a City Council Run,” Apr. 29). On her current work, Sarah noted, “it’s very client-by-client … which was really incredible, in a lot of ways, because you can make a big difference for that person. But nothing about it changes systems.” Touching on her fellowship assisting Denver residents during the foreclosure crisis, Sarah continues to work towards making Denver, now the fifth most expensive U.S. housing market, more affordable. “One of the things that excites me about city government is the chance to try to be innovative. If we have some of the leading housing costs in the country, we should try to be one of the cities that’s being the most creative about how to get involved and do whatever we can about that.”