This week’s featured guest Tina Fletcher is an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (ANC) in Washington, DC. A living example of how to make a big impact at the local level, Tina shares her story of being a former high school teacher and running to represent her students and their families.
Tina Fletcher holds a B.A. in Political Science and African-American Studies from the University of Arkansas and an Ed.M. in Teacher Education from Harvard University. She served as a teacher at Anacostia Senior High School where she was named the 2010 Teacher of the Year. She then served as a fundraiser for President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign and Lt. Governor Anthony Brown’s bid for governor. Tina currently serves as the Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner in Washington, DC. She was most recently named a Rising Political Leader by EmPower Magazine.
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