Candace E. Wicks was named Dallas ISD Teacher of the Year in 2007 when she taught at Erasmo Seguin Community Learning Center in Oak Cliff, and she had a big celebration when she eventually retired from the District after a long and impressive career as an Early Childhood Educator. Candice attended Bishop Dunne Catholic School. She studied government and sociology at Huston–Tillotson University and political science at Bishop College. She also served as an elected delegate to the 2014 Texas State Democratic Convention. Also a graduate of Texas Woman’s University, she has served as a City of Dallas Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center Advisory Board Member. As a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, she served as a representative of the Dallas Pan-Hellenic Council, and also as the South West Regional Director of the National Pan Hellenic Council. She’s Division 1 Parliamentarian for the American Legion Auxiliary and a long-time member of New Hope Baptist Church.
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