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NAME: Wil Castro
RACE: Senatorial
PARTY: Republican
VILLAGE: Barrigada
CONTACT:  Benny Pinaula/Tony Lamorena, 929-6209
BIO:

Wil is the son of Bill Sablan Castro, a retired Customs & Quarantine Officer, and Jesusa Evangelista Mendiola, a homemaker. He is one of five children, Jireena Blas, Bobbie Blas Blevins, Leroy Blas, and Agnes Blas.

He is the father of four children, Ashley, Cameren, Liam, and Mariana Jesusa. He is engaged to Debra T. Cabrera, Ph.D.

Debra’s parents are difuntu Felix Blas Cabrera (familian Potu), the former Commissioner of Public Safety (CNMI), and Agnes Tudela Cabrera.

He is a Member of the Young Men’s League of Guam, Knights of Columbus, and is active in the Barrigada neighborhood watch program.

A Love for Education

He is a proud graduate of the University of Guam. He attained doctoral candidacy status at Columbia University and holds a Master’s Degree from Harvard University with additional graduate credits from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received training in Formative and Summative Assessment, Accreditation and Program Review, and Grantsmanship.

Career Success

Wil has experiences in both public and private sectors. Abbreviate work history:

- Director, Bureau of Statistics and Plans

- Member, Senior Staff, Calvo-Tenorio Administration

- Acting Chief Technology Officer

- Director of Development, private college prep k-12 school

- Director of Institutional Effectiveness for a community college

- Chief Planner

- Acting Associate Superintendent, public school system

- Policy Analyst Guam Legislature

- Research Consultant

- Small business owner (e-commerce, technology, and planning)"

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