Frederica S. Wilson
Here is a photo of Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson who feels that she has consistently secured resources for various projects in her district,
Frederica Smith Wilson (born as Frederica Patricia Smith on November 5, 1942) has been representing the Florida's 24th Congressional District since 2013. Her maternal grandparents were Bahamian. During her first two years in Congress, she had represented the 17th Congressional District in South Florida. She was an elementary school principal (Skyway Elementary School in Miami), school board member (Miami-Dade County School Board), state legislator (from 1999 to 2002), community leader and founder of the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project with a main issue to bring down school dropout rates. She earned her B.A degree from Fisk University in 1963 and her M.A degree from the University of Miami in 1972.