Wade in the Community

Kia Motors America I was honored to be featured in Kia Motors America national advertisement.

We spoke with the legendary charles ramsey commissioner of the Philadelphia Police department

Labor of Love: Feed Those In Need Labor of Love: Feed Those In Need Through the Labor of Love Initiative, nearly 200 men were able to be fed. If everyone gave just a little, together as one community we can end the many issues faced around the world

We honored the Nation

We paid homage to the victims of our Mother Emanuel AME church family. Just three weeks after the tragic shooting at Mother Emanuel AME church, I was invited to Charleston, SC to share a message of hope and to further inspire the Mother Emanuel AME

Black Enterprise 100 Modern men in new york city. Just three weeks after the tragic shooting at Mother Emanuel AME church, I was invited to Charleston, SC to share a message of hope and to further inspire the Mother Emanuel AME congregation.

Black caucus of Maryland gala We were blessed to meet Maryland Representative Elijah E. Cummings and other county pioneers.

Wade addressing issues in the Brentwood community


June 8, 2017

As a defender of peace, justice, and equality for the citizens of Prince George's County, I can assure you that every part of the county will receive my dedication equally. Because of which, we were well received by the leadership and citizens of Brentwood. I am grateful to have your support.

Huntley's Seafood Dippin" Sauce


June 5, 2017

As your next Sheriff, every generation will be afforded protection, peace and justice. I disagree with anyone who believes that bullying is a part of just being a kid. On my watch, there will be no place for bullying in our community. I will engage, empower and protect our children. Thank you Huntley's Seafood Dippin" Sauce for taking such a courageous stance to protect the children in our community!



June 1, 2017

Yesterday I officially filed my candidacy to serve you as the next Sheriff of Prince George's County. We can and will have a better and safer Prince George's County. However, we must shift the focus to the real needs of the people and develop #MoreServiceAndLessPolitics!

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?" - M.L. King


May 5, 2017

It was truly an honor to be recognized as a part of the 2017 cohort for 40 under 40 in Prince George's County. I share this tremendous honor with some of the sharpest, brightest, and most humble people in our county.

Top 40 Under 40 in Prince George's County

May 1, 2017

I was recently selected along with 39 other amazing individuals as one of the top 40 under 40 in Prince George's County by Prince George's County Social Innovation Fund. This is a humble reminder to continue to labor and fight for peace, justice and equality for all of the citizens in our community.

Valor of Awards for Saving a Woman's Life

April 27, 2017

One of my greatest honors is serving and protecting the citizens of Prince George's County. Yesterday, my partner and I received valor of awards for saving a woman's life from her abusive, estranged lover. #DomesticViolence and #ViolenceAgainstWomen is a very serious issue and I am dedicated to ending the epidemics.

Serve as the Keynote Speaker

April 17, 2017

It was an honor to serve as the keynote speaker for the Prince George's County Volunteer Fire Association's prayer breakfast. I had the privilege to speak words of encouragement to those in attendance. Reminding them as well as myself, that service is not a deed but a lifestyle. Thank you to Bunker Hill Volunteer Fire department #55 for hosting the event.

Meeting A Group of Young Inspiring Artist

April 4, 2017

I had the wonderful opportunity to encourage and motivate a group of young inspiring artist.
The experience was of great value to me, as I am committed to engaging and protecting every generation. It is important to me that the young people in our community have an opportunity to voice their concerns about the issues that they face. Not only will I serve as a listening ear, but I am also willing to become a voice who speaks on their behalf.

Suitland Civic Association's Women's Appreciation Dinner

March 22, 2017

I had the opportunity to reaffirm my pledge to support the women in our community, while attending the Suitland Civic Association's Women's Appreciation Dinner. Every woman deserves pay equality, the right to choose, and most importantly the right not to be abused. My goal is simple. It is to make sure that no one is ever treated like a second-class citizen. On my watch, everyone will be afforded justice, peace, and equality.

Ending Domestic Violence

March 20, 2017

As an advocate against domestic violence and violence against women, it was amazing to be among like-minded men who are committed to ending domestic violence. We have MUST continue to work together to end Domestic Violence of all forms.

Voice Of Peace And Reason

March 10, 2017

Being a voice of peace and reason for the employees and citizens of Mount Rainier, you all deserve the best. I will be with you all every step of the way. Your concerns are my concerns, because we are one County.

First Annual First Responders Chapel Service

February 15, 2017

The Woodstream Christian Academy held their first Annual Responders Chapel Service in Mitchellvelle, Maryland. A special thanks to Dr. Robert A. Winfield, staff, and the awesome 7th graders of Woodstream Christian Academy for having me serve as Keynote Speaker.

Krispy Kreme Ribbon Cutting

January 12, 2017

I was proud to host the ribbon cutting for the new Krispy Kreme Capitol Heights and their 82 employees- 78 of whom are residents of Prince George's County. Thank you Krispy Kreme for investing in the lives of our community. So, without further ado, the "Hot Light" is on, please enjoy!

Meeting With Commissioner Bill Bratton of the NYPD

December 21, 2016

Just before retiring after his second stint as the Commissioner of the NYPD, Bill Bratton shared a few gifts and advice to who he called "our country's next generation of leaders." Thank you Commissioner Bratton for your words of encouragement and service to our country.

D.M.V. Democratic Push

November 5, 2016

I was proud to host the DMV Democratic Push: Get Out the Vote" before the 2016 Presidential election. My team and I were so excited to see the hundreds of Democrats who showed up. Joined by United States Senate candidate Chris Van Hollen.

DC Random Acts of Kindness (DC RAK) Annual Banquet

December 1, 2016

President Kennedy urged us to not ask what our country can do for us, but what we can do for our country. DC RAK is one organization that has answered that call to action. A great thanks goes out to their amazing and capable founder Nova Adams. Thank you for all you do for the community.

The Village Speaks: Ending Domestic Violence

October 20, 2016

It was a great opportunity to discuss prevention measures to end domestic violence. with the attendees of The Village Speaks: Ending Domestic Violence Workshop. Special thanks to Prince George County's City of Seat Pleasant, all of our guest speakers, and each of our attendees.


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