|Address||100 Lincoln Street |
Sitka, Alaska 99835, United States
|| October 10, 1970
Sep 12, 2015 07:21pm
Caucasian - Married - Methodist - Straight -
|Info||Scott McAdams is a small town Alaska mayor and is running for the United States Senate because he believes that Alaskan communities are more important than Washington Politics. Scott understands that Alaska is a small state made up of hundreds of small towns, and believes that every voice in Alaska is worth listening to. During his service as Mayor in Sitka, Scott has stood up for other Alaskan towns as the Chairman of the Southeast Alaska Conference of Mayors and as a member of the Alaska Municipal League Board of Directors. |
Prior to being elected Mayor, Scott worked as a tireless advocate for Alaska's kids at the community, state and national levels. As a local school leader, Scott served as President of the Sitka School Board, Vice-Chair of the Mt. Edgecumbe School Board, President of the Association of Alaska School Boards and was appointed to the National School Board Association Policy and Resolutions Committee where he played a critical role in the organizations passage of policy supporting Alaska Native language instruction.
Scott spent his elementary years in Petersburg, and spent his young adult years working as a commerical fishing deckhand around the state. He credits these years as installing an appreciation for hard work, as well as a deep admiration for Alaska's commercial fishing heritage. Scott is a graduate of Sheldon Jackson College in Sitka, and currently serves as the Director of Community Schools in the Sitka School District. He and his wife Romee have three kids at home.
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