Aurora resident Sheilah Davis, a psychotherapist specializing in hypnotherapy, has filed paperwork for the Aurora mayoral race.
The city clerk and recorder's office released the information Monday.
She is the fourth candidate to jump in the mayoral race.
An Aurora resident of 10 years, Davis said she received her Master's degree in psychology from Regis University in 2005.
Davis said she is running for mayor because she "wanted to bring everyday citizens into the conversation".
"A lot of times I get to talking to people and they tell me they feel forgotten," Davis said. "They see changes they don't like."
Davis is also an active member of Citizens for Responsible Aurora Government — a group of disgruntled taxpayers perhaps most well-known for posting the results of an open records request detailing government workers' salaries on their website.
As a member of CRAG, Davis said she's noticed that the city has "some issues with transparency".
Davis, who lives in south Aurora, hopes to officially announce her candidacy at a fundraiser event for charity but still has yet to announce a date.
Davis, who is a native of Colorado, said she moved to Aurora in 2001 after she was involved in a car accident in the city. She said so many people came to help her at the scene of the crash that she figured Aurora must be the best place to live.