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Election 2017
Juandiego Wade (Charlottesville School Board)
2017 voter guide - Juandiego Wade
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Juandiego Wade, candidate for Charlottesville School Board
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Charlottesville Tomorrow | Monday, October 30, 2017 at 11 a.m.

Juandiego Wade is a candidate for the Charlottesville School Board. Three of seven at-large seats on the board will be determined in the November 7 election. Wade is an incumbent and there are no contested races.

Each candidate was interviewed by Charlottesville Tomorrow and asked 11 questions about their qualifications, priorities and important education issues. Included in the box at the right are links to the full transcript and audio recording of those interviews. 

 

Education: Bachelor of Arts in Urban Planning from Norfolk State University

Master of Arts in Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia 

Current Occupation: Career Counselor with Albemarle County Department of Social Services

Previous political experience: None

Age on Election Day: 51

Neighborhood: Locust Grove

Hometown: Richmond, Virginia

Family: Married to Claudette Grant for nearly 25 years. We have a 15 years daughter, Gabriella a 10th grader at Charlottesville High School. My mother-in-law has lived with us for the past four years. I grew up in a family with five brothers and sisters (think Brady Brunch). My father was a teacher in Richmond Public Schools for nearly 40 years.

Interests: I am a Christian and love my church- Olivet Presbyterian Church. I love to mentor and volunteer. I have mentees through several organizations including Computer 4 kids, 100 Black Men of Central Virginia, Olivet Presbyterian Church, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. I cherish the City of Charlottesville and all that it stands for.

Phone number: 434-293-7432

Email: juanschoolboard@yahoo.com

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