Sade is an attorney who has dedicated her life to building strong communities. Her leadership roles and activities include currently serving as the Chairwoman of United People for African Congress, serving on the Civic Engagement and Community Service Committees, serving as past Director of Political Engagement of local Urban League auxiliaries, and partnering with various organizations and projects in Prince George’s County and throughout the country. Sade has dedicated herself to serving and advocating on behalf of the community before local, state, and federal policymakers. She is committed to ensuring that everyone not only has their individual needs met, but also has a seat at the decision-making table.
Professionally, Sade is Government Affairs Counsel at a trade association where she works on broadband deployment policy to ensure American communities have access to the internet and its economic and social benefits. Sade believes that increased access to information and modes of communication can significantly improve the lives of people and propel communities into economic and social success.
Motivated by the work ethic instilled by her immigrant parents, Sade earned her bachelor’s in journalism from Georgia Southern University, her master’s in telecommunications from Indiana University, and her J.D. from Indiana University Maurer School of Law—all before the age of 24. Sade is now running for State Delegate because she believes there must be a fresh voice and a clear slate of innovative ideas to bring forward a better District 26 and Prince George’s County.