City Commissioner Nan Whaley chose four issues when asked about her vision for Dayton’s next 10 years — developing a vibrant urban core, improving educational outcomes, growing the high-tech jobs base and eliminating neighborhood blight.
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Residence: 217 Wroe Ave., Five Oaks neighborhood
Education: Bachelor’s degree, University of Dayton, masters from Wright State
Current role: City commissioner
Political/government highlights: Seven-plus years as city commissioner, member of Ohio Democratic Party Central Committee
Political party: Democrat