Wendy Root Askew is a long-time champion of women, families, and youth in Monterey County.
A Monterey Peninsula USD School Board Member, Wendy champions safe, healthy schools and quality teachers.
County Leadership: As a top legislative aide to outgoing Supervisor Jane Parker, Wendy has expanded programs at Natividad Medical Center and health clinics in Seaside, Marina and Salinas.
Authentic and Principled: Wendy is a 4th generation Monterey County resident and daughter of an educator and three generations of military veterans. Following her parents’ example, Wendy supports our veterans and is a recognized leader in early childhood development and parent education.
Wendy currently resides in Marina with her young son and her husband, Dominick.
A Letter from Wendy
My Monterey County roots run deep. I’m proud to be raising my family here while already doing the work to deliver results for every community I’ve represented for a decade – Sand City, Del Rey Oaks, Marina, East Garrison, CSUMB, Salinas, Seaside, and Ft. Ord.
As top aide to Supervisor Jane Parker and your current MPUSD Trustee, I wake up every day thinking about the future of our County, and what it will look like for families, including my fourth-generation young son.
Our district – our communities – deserve a Supervisor that knows how our County works and is laser-focused on keeping our communities safe, spurring living-wage job creation, and addressing the housing needs of current residents and future generations.
We must continue this work, together. Our District deserves a Supervisor who is ready to hit the ground running, knows every corner of our communities and has the experience to continue getting results for our families, seniors, veterans and youth.
Wendy Root Askew