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Contact Information

Address
509 Mades Drive
Fort Pierce, FL - 34947
Phone
561-856-6256
Candidate's Statement

Alonza graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice from Edward Waters College (EWC). Here at EWC, he honed into his leadership skills through sports, school and community involvement, clubs, and in the classroom. During his freshman year he showed his athletics and leadership in football and baseball on and off the field. His Junior year he helped create and became the Vice President of EWC Criminal Justice Club. While in the club he helped create and represented the school as an active member of the Jacksonville Sheriff Advisory Committee (ShAdCo). In his senior year, he interned at Jacksonville Legal Aid where he worked on the Prison ReEntry Project.

After graduating, he worked for a law firm then transitioned to an administrative assistant for a pilot government solar program which was a joint agency that help people learn a “trade of tomorrow”. He began his Master Degree in Public Administration at Troy University where he began to surround himself with mentors that is or held a political officer. He volunteered service and assistance multiple local, state, and national campaigns. Half way through his Master Program, he moved to Fort Pierce with his son in 2010, to assist his mother. While working in the community his colleagues, friends, family and superiors recognize his leadership skills and nominate or place him in leadership positions. In 2014 he began substituting at various Fort Pierce schools. And in 2017, Alonza Watkins landed a long-term position with The Amazing Westwood High School teaching math.

 Alonza “Jerod” Watkins is a vibrant new breath of air that is approachable, caring, creative, reasonable listener with thick skin and a fighting spirit. I, Alonza Watkins believe that rebuilding and/ or restoration, education, and proper smart policy making can help combat many social issues (like poverty, crime, decriminalizing small amounts marijuana and unemployment) that Fort Pierce faces today. If I get a chance to represent Fort Pierce District 1 and City, I pledge to serve, protect, and provide for each person, each family, each community, and each culture to the fullest.


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