Sherry Dillihay-McDade, of Mobile, represents District 4 and is serving her first term on the Mobile County Board of School Commissioners.
She is a 1976 graduate of Toulminville High School and was a longtime educator in Mobile County Public Schools. She taught physical education at Booker T. Washington Middle school for six years and coached girls track, volleyball and basketball. She also taught and coached at LeFlore High School for seven years, serving as athletic director and as the Academic Compliance Liaison for student athletes and the NCAA until her retirement in 2018.
She earned Bachelor's and M.Ed. degrees from Alabama State University, where she attended on a track and field scholarship and also became the first female in NCAA history to be awarded a baseball scholarship in a previously all-male program.
She attends Saint Matthews Catholic Church and is the mother of two wonderful children, Adam and Evyn McDade. She is currently President of the Mobile Big Monday Mardi Gras Association, and is a Founder and Executive Board member of the Toulminville-LeFlore Alumni Association.
Dillihay-McDade's district includes downtown Mobile and surrounding areas including Toulminville, Maysville, Midtown and Dauphin Island Parkway.
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