We, as a nation, need to rediscover one of the founding principles that have served us so well for so long: a free society with free markets that have historically created more opportunities for success and more pathways out of poverty than any other system in history.
l came to Greensboro 35 years ago to attend undergraduate school and decided to make it my home where I raised my children. I continue to live and work here today. Putting what’s best for Greensboro ahead of partisanship will be my priority in the City Council.
I will push for continued investments in small and minority-owned businesses and will work to attract new companies to our city.
Linda Richardson Wilson, Ph.D
For City Council At Large
Greensboro will achieve its fullest potential when we address the quality of life for everyone. We can enhance our community by promoting economic development, affordable housing, and improving public safety and security for all. I look forward to representing our great city
The Franklin County native has resided in Greensboro since graduating from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. She has invested and given back to the city in which she lives and works by volunteering and serving on boards and commissions for more than 25 years.
Linda began her professional career as a nursing supervisor at L. Richardson Memorial Hospital; however, she ultimately returned to her beloved NCA&T State University where she first served as director of the Sebastian Health Center until her promotion to executive director.
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