Name: Trudy Hunter
Political experience: None
Professional experience: ADA 504 compliance officer/VA certifying official at Birmingham School of Law, 2017-present; student administrative assistant at Birmingham School of Law, 2015-2017; summer law clerk at Brooks, Hubbard & James, P.C., 2015; parent community connector at Birmingham Education Foundation, 2014-2015; child welfare senior social worker/CAN investigator at Jefferson County Department of Human Resources, 2013; Alabama pre-post adoption connections at Children’s Aid Society, 2013; housing intake coordinator/staff social worker at Birmingham Urban League, 2012; geriatric psychiatric unit at Cooper Green Mercy Hospital, 2010-2011.
Civic experience: None listed
Education: Walden University, public policy and public administration-law specialization (ABC), doctor of philosophy, 2012-present; ITT Chicago-Kent College of Law, doctor of juridical science, 2015-2017; Birmingham School of Law, juris doctor of law, 2012-2016; University of Alabama, master’s in social work, 2011-2013; Miles College, bachelor’s in social work, 2008-2011
Top contributors: None reported.
Main issues: If elected, Hunter says she plans to address widespread poverty, crime, education, infrastructure, transportation, neighborhood revitalization, employment, housing and economic inequality. Hunter also plans for a forensic audit of city finances to provide complete transparency to the public.