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Platform: Whole City Memphis
FOR those who believe that people thrive when they participate in making our cities vibrant, inclusive and sustainable, Whole City Memphis defines how we will work together, reimagine every neighborhood, and address every challenge. read more »
Michelle McKissack is running for mayor to help Memphis Believe Bigger. She is passionate about her city, public education, and honest leadership. She was elected in 2018 as a Memphis-Shelby County Schools (MSCS) School Board Commissioner for District 1 and served as Chair of the Board in 2021-2022. Born and raised in Memphis, Michelle attended Campus School, White Station Middle/High School, graduating in 1987. She received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism from Northwestern University. Michelle married her college sweetheart, John P. McKissack, and they have four children. read more »
Michelle is a strong, passionate leader who is 100% committed to Memphis.
Meg CrosbyCo-founder and Principle PeopleCap Advisors
I admire Michelle’s courage running for Mayor of the City of Memphis, the city’s first female mayor!!
Bertha Rogers Looney“Memphis State Eight” History Maker & Trailblazer
Michelle never shies away from tough challenges. Couragous communication creates communities that thrive, and Michelle is the leader for that job!
Natalia PowersPresident & Founder of Powers Solutions Former Chief of Communications, Memphis-Shelby County Schools
Michelle is a proven leader who rolls up her sleeves, joins the front lines, and gets it done.
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