Karen Moultrie

Key Facts

Party Independent
Status Challenger

Background

Karen Moultrie has served in the U.S. Air Force and was appointed to the Chesapeake Environmental Improvement Council and Chesapeake Arboretum Advisory Board in 2021 [1]. When she was attending Gar-Field Senior High School, she created a petition to fill in a missing bio for an African-American man, Rodger Fitzgerald, in the high school’s history of principals. After collecting the necessary signatures, her proposal led to Fitzgerald, who had helped in the integration of public schools in Prince William County, being placed with a photograph plaque and his accolades in the school’s main hallway [4].

Key Issues

Economy

Moultrie prioritizes economic development [4].

Education

Moultrie supports more funding for K-12 education [4].

Environment

Moultrie wants to provide more environmental resources for Chesapeake [4]. On the Chesapeake Environmental Improvement Council, she has helped to improve the environment through outreach and education focusing on waste reduction and recycling, conservation landscaping, and pollution prevention [2].

Endorsements

No endorsements could be found.

Sources

1 Granicus
2 Chesapeake Environmental Improvement Council
3 Chesapeake Arboretum Advisory Board
4 Facebook