• Superwoman mother of five
• Small business owner
• Gun control activist
Sheila has made it her mission to advocate for improved school services for children with learning disabilities. Sheila has also dealt with one of a parent’s worst nightmares: Her daughter was shot in 2016. While she thankfully survived, Sheila is determined to ensure that as few families as possible in our community experience the trauma and grief of having a loved one affected by senseless gun violence.
“I’m a mom on a mission. I’m in this to make things better.”
She has a background in real estate and construction, maintaining several successful small businesses. She was appointed by Governor Terry McAuliffe as the first African American woman to the state Board of Contractors.
HOUSE DISTRICT 66
Chesterfield, Colonial Heights
The new 66th District is
32 points more Democratic than
the 62nd District that it replaces
IN THE NEWS
The Washington Post, August 4: In Virginia, Redrawn Districts Test Republicans
Chesterfield Observer, June 26: In a redrawn 66th, Speaker Kirk Cox finds himself fighting in unfamiliar territory
Vanity Fair, June 17: “The Blue Wave Is Really Coming Back:” How the Supreme Court Just Flipped the Script in Virginia