Dear Board of Education Members, My name is Anthony J. Hernandez and I am writing this letter to represents my interest in applying for the Board of Education position. Let me start off by telling you about myself. I am a native of Globe Az. I was...
Anthony J. Hernandez
Globe Unified School District Board of Education
I understand the hardships of growing up in a small town. I recognize that our future is our children. I want to put as much as I can to creating a strong future for them, their children and generations after. If given the chance, I would like to be one of the leaders in Globe Unified School District. I would like to bring a fresh look into our future and work with those that are making a difference everyday for our youth, our Teachers. I would be honored to represent our community and continue to be a voice for our youth. I will continue to put more into our community to better the future.
Please vote for me for Globe Unified School district Board of Education
From Serving our Country
To Serving our Community
“After my time in the service, I wanted to start by giving back to the people who provided us our freedoms by taking on Commanding the VFW, now it’s time for me to start becoming more active in the local community by running for GUSD School Board of Education.”
Veterans of Foreign Wars Commander
“The All-American Commanders have attained this coveted title through outstanding achievements in membership growth and participation in VFW programs,” said VFW National Commander Brian Duffy.
High Desert Middle School Football Coach
Starting out as a solo coach, I built out the entire program from scratch. From Sprinting to long distance running, we developed a program that would progress overtime.
As I do understand the hardships of growing up in a small town, I also understand it’s strengths and weaknesses. I have seen it’s hardships from ongoing drugs problems to qualified employees. I am passionate about building our community around our youth and being a role model for all.
The Leadership Our City Needs Right Now
Anthony Hernandez was raised by his grandparents, Richard and Jean McMinn. He was a quiet kid who liked sports and ran track with Globe High School Athletics. He enlisted in the Army the Day before 9-11. After having gone through Basic Training and Advanced Infantry Training, he found himself as a rifleman with the 4th infantry division at the forefront of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the invasion of Iraq.
After having finished is work with the U.S. Army, he retired from the U.S. Army as an Staff Sargent, returning to Globe looking for his next calling. he took a part time job at the Globe gym, where a fellow camrade, Marrio Villegas, who got him involved with the VFW (Veterans of Foriegn Wars). Anthony found himself on Funeral detail as he felt it was his duty to honor other Veterans. Through this network it led him to speaking with other vets and community leaders. That is when he found his calling, a Community Leader.