William Douglas


William Douglas, an advocate for public education, neighborhood development and revitalization, employment and training, community policing, and code enforcement, is serving his first term on the Indianapolis City-County Council.

Douglas served the Indianapolis Public School system for 35 years as a teacher, principal, area coordinator, and assistant superintendent. He is currently employed as the Chief Executive Officer in the Center Township Trustee’s Office. He has served as a Democrat party worker and a vice precinct committeeman. He is presently (2004) a member of the following boards: Martindale/Brightwood Community Development Corporation, Urban Enterprise Association, and Legacy House. He currently serves on the Parks and Recreation and Public Safety and Criminal Justice Committees.

Douglas, a widower with three children, has received the "Outstanding Educator" award from the Indianapolis Education Association and the "Sagamore of the Wabash" award.

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