Everton blair

Won Election!

Position Sought

Gwinnett County Board of Education District 4, Georgia



Date of General Election

November 6, 2018

Gwinnett County Board of Education District 4, Georgia

Everton is a champion of education and may be the first person of color and the youngest person ever elected to the Gwinnett County Board of Education. He is a graduate of the Gwinnett County school system and a former AP calculus and geometry teacher. He served in the Obama administration as a Policy & Advocacy Fellow at the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans. Everton has worked with superintendents and education leaders across the country on local, state, and federal education policy, giving him a unique perspective to address the issues facing students in Gwinnett County’s public schools.

"Blair has more expertise than most candidates for GCSB, as well as a personal history with the school system that gives him particular knowledge of what differentiates it from other local systems. Additionally, as a very diverse school system and one of Georgia's largest, Gwinnett County Schools need diverse voices on the board to represent all stakeholders." –Marla from Snellville

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