Alabama Board of Education, District 4
Political experience: Elected Tuscaloosa county commissioner, 2004-2012.
Professional experience: Owner, Don Wallace CPA PC, 1999-present; adjunct instructor, Shelton State Community College, 2014-2016.
Education: Coursework for master of business administration in sports management, Shorter University, 2014-2016; bachelor of science in business, University of Alabama.
Civic experience: Member and speaker, Gideons International, 2000-present; event chairman, Friends of the NRA, 2014-2018; board member, The Cornerstone Retreat, 2014-2016; board member Sav-A-Life of Tuscaloosa, 2012-2017; treasurer, Sav-A-Life Tuscaloosa, October 2014; current vice president and national committeeman, 2017 and former president, Alabama Republican Assembly, 2012-2013.
Main issues: According to a recent article on ’s list of ‘failing schools,’ which is reserved for the bottom 6 percent of schools across Alabama.” According to the article Wallace said, “To me, that hurts communities. Those schools were the lifeblood here.”, Wallace “would like to see certain rules and standards he feels are arbitrary to be done away with in order to improve schools. As an example, he mentioned the closure of the Akron Community School and Sunshine High School in Hale County. The schools were closed in 2015 because of dwindling enrollment, but neither school was on the state
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