Shenise Turner-Sloss is a long-standing native of Dayton who works as a Logistics Management Specialist with the federal government and has over ten years of local and federal government experience in logistics, community development, and project and program management.

A proud graduate of Dayton Public Schools, Shenise graduated from Fisk University (Nashville, TN) with a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and has a Masters of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, MI) in General/Public Administration.

Shenise’s deep concern and passion for the stability of Dayton’s neighborhoods sparked the development of the non-profit organization “Neighborhoods Over Politics.” Serving as one of the co-founders for the organization, Shenise is a strong independent voice who is committed to neighborhood redevelopment and the economic sustainability of communities. In fact, Shenise Turner-Sloss has procured and administered local projects totaling in excess of $7.6 million dollars.

Shenise understands how government works, and how it can work better to benefit people. She has provided technical assistance in administering the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) federal funding programs, the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership Program, and the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). She has received certification in Life-Cycle Logistics, and is a Housing Development Finance Professional (HDFP).

Shenise will combine her experience in the private, government, and not-for-profit sectors to see that our Dayton tax dollars are spent efficiently, and will help to create steady, good-paying jobs. She knows that a strong economic backbone will help to make Dayton a better place for families and businesses to thrive.

In addition to her work experience, Shenise Turner-Sloss is a graduate of Parity, Inc. Leadership Training and a member of Dayton Urban League Young Professionals, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the American Federation Government Employees, AFL-CIO, and a board member for the African American Community Fund (AACF).

Shenise is a life-long servant leader who is married with three children and enjoys participating in community service projects with her family, reading, and gardening.

Shenise Turner-Sloss is asking voters to support her for Dayton City Commissioner in the Primary Election on May 7th, and the General Election in November.

Thank you!

I want to sincerely thank you for your time, support, and donations to my candidacy. My candidacy for Dayton City Commission was never about the title, but instead the foundation in which our democracy was built on. My candidacy was about creating opportunity for residents to have a seat at the table and collaboratively shape and implement innovative policy and programming reflective of their interests.

I can not thank you enough for your commitment to the Dayton community and your confidence in my candidacy. Our campaign slogan was "For The People," but it is more than just a catchy slogan – it is the principle of what a public servant role is and how they represent the will of the people.

In solidarity,

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