The District of Columbia needs a vision that integrates school and neighborhood development needs, says Judi Jones, candidate for the Ward 4 seat on DC’s City Council.
Full discussion, Track 3 here —
Ms. Jones is a native Washingtonian with two Masters degrees in International Business and CISS and 20+ years as a high school classroom teacher in WDC and Maryland. She has been an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner for six terms and seeks to bring her local experience to the whole city.
Ms. Jones is one of more than a dozen candidates running for this seat in the special election to replace Muriel Bowser, former Ward 4 Councilmember, elected Mayor. Look for Jones’ website, coming soon.
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