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WIL CASTRO
Race:  Senatorial
Party Affiliation:  Republican
Village:  Barrigada
Campaign Manager: Benny Pinaula
Treasurer: Dr. Debra T. Cabrera

Biography:
Wil Castro

Educated. Experienced. Rooted.

Education history:

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* Harvard University (Masters in Technology in Education)

   - addt'l graduate credits from M.I.T.

* University of Guam (BA in Secondary Education, Social Studies)

* Columbia University (attained doctoral candidacy)

Wil served in both the public and private sectors.

Work experiences:

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* Special Assistant, Telecommunications & Cybersecurity

* (Acting) Chief Technology Officer

*  Director of Advancement (K-12 private school)

*  Director of Institutional Effectiveness (community college)

*  Chief Planner (public school system)

*  Teacher (public and private school)

*  Special Assistant to the President and Chairman (university)

*  General Manager and Webmaster for an

e-commerce company.

Wil is the father of four children and is engaged to Debra T. Cabrera,

Ph.D., who is the former Dean of Academic Programs at the Northern

Marianas College and a former Commissioner on President Obama's

Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders."               "A.  EDUCATION: Assist in the improvement of education on Guam

B.  TECHNOLOGY: Increase access to technology

C.  SAFE NEIGHBORHOODS: Enhance access to training, tools, and technology needed to establish and sustain community-based and run crime watch programs.

Platform:
A.  Education

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* Education

       - Engage public, private, federal and regional partners in ensuring sufficient funding for supplies, professional development, and technology.

       - Work with DOE to establish center of excellence that provide students with opportunities to excel.

       - Establish policy that will empower a school system with the flexibility needed to respond to the demands of a changing workforce.

       - Provide affordable health care for private school employees. 

* Technology

       - Establish regional technology centers for students and families to utilize.

       - Leverage technology to improve government service and efficiency.

*  Safe Neighborhoods

       - Establish a neighborhood watch command center were access to training, tools, and other resources may be made available to help establish and sustain village-level crime watch organizations and initiatives. 

Campaign Slogan: "Where there's a Wil... there's a way!"

CONTACT INFO
Phone Number: 9296209
E-Mail: wilcastro671@gmail.com
Facebook: @wilcastro2014
Twitter: @wilcastro2014
Instagram: @wilcastro2014
Website: http://wilcastro2014.com

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