Freshman Democrat Assembly Rep Shelia Stubbs is incredible when it comes to knowledge of marijuana reform. The Madison rep has really worked hard for cannabis consumers, patients and those convicted of past cannabis crimes. We look forward to working with her in the future and are happy to award her an A+. Priorities you want, she has them right here:
1) Adult Use / Recreational
2) Grow Your Own/Smoking Products Bipartisan Medical Marijuana Bill and
Holds office State Assembly District 77
Candidate in race for State Assembly District 77
- Born February 22, 1971, Camden, Arkansas; married; 6 children.
- Graduate Beloit Memorial High School; B.A. in Political Science, Tougaloo College; B.S. in Criminal Justice Administration, magna cum laude, Mount Senario College; Masters of Science & Management, Cardinal Stritch University.
- Full-time legislator; member of the Dane County Board of Supervisors, serving the 23rd district; first African American woman to chair a Dane County standing committee and to hold the leadership position of vice chair of the Board, Currently serving on the following committees: Personnel & Finance Committee (chair); UW-Extension Committee (co-chair); Racial Disparities Sub-Committee; Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Board of Directors; Tamara D. Grigsby Office of Equity and Inclusion Advisory Board; Alliant Energy Center Redevelopment Committee; Dane County Youth in Government (mentor). Former special education teacher; adjunct professor; probation and parole agent; match support specialist.
- Member: National Association of Counties (NACo) (Justice and Public Safety Steering Committee, Vice chair of Law Enforcement Committee); first African American woman to serve on a NACo committee representing Wisconsin; Women of NACo (WON) Secretary; Bridge-Lake Point Neighborhood Association (president); Madison Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; NAACP Dane County Branch; End Time Ministries International (co-founder and ordained pastor).
- Former member: Black Caucus Chair, Democratic Party of Wisconsin; Wisconsin Counties Association (Board of Directors, chair and vice chair of the Judicial and Public Safety Steering Committee, first African American woman to serve as steering committee chair); NAACP Madison Branch (first vice president); Wisconsin NAACP Conference of Branches (third vice president); Madison Youth Council of the NAACP (chartering member, youth advisor).
- Recipient: Who’s Who Among High School Students; Wisconsin Women of Color Network, Inc. Woman of Achievement Award 2014; National Dean’s List; Broadway-Simpson-Waunona Neighborhood Center Fifth Annual Pride Festival Spirit Award 1998; Dane County Human Services Friends of Joining Forces for Families Award; “MISS NAACP” 1992 at Tougaloo College; NAACP Madison Branch W.E.B. DuBois Advocates Award 2004; Now Faith Ministries 100 Women in White Award; Genesis Social Services Corporation & The Black Women’s Expo Award 2008; 100 Black Men of Madison Award 2015; Democratic Party of Wisconsin Eleanor Roosevelt Award 2014; Madison 365 Black Power The 44 Most Influential African Americans in Wisconsin 2016; Community Building and Advocacy for Social Justice Building the Generation Gap Community Leader Champion Award 2018; Madison Metropolitan Chapter of the Links, Inc. Community Award 2017; Democratic Party of Dane County Midge Miller Award for Outstanding Elected Official 2019; YWCA Woman of Distinction Award 2019.
- Elected to Assembly 2018.
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