Tammy Wingo-Salmond is candidate for District 2 County commissioner
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Tammy Wingo-Salmond
Tammy Wingo-Salmond
Tammy Wingo-Salmond has announced her candidacy for District 2 County commissioner subject to the May 6 Republican Primary.

She has been a SkyRidge emergency room registered nurse for 13 years. Currently she is working for At Home Primary Care as a nurse practitioner with the geriatric population and at Cleveland State Community College as a clinical nursing instructor.

She is also a member of the Junior Auxiliary of Cleveland, American Red Cross DAT and one of their nurses, and a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.

She noted she helps the children of Bradley County as well as people of Bradley County in disaster situations.

She is an honors graduate from Frontier University with a master’s in science in nursing and a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where she obtained a bachelor’s of science in nursing and a minor in cardiac rehab.

Wingo-Salmond is a registered and certified nurse practitioner in Tennessee and very active in professional organizations.

She has children and is very dedicated and active in their schools and activities. She has serve as PTO president, vice president and secretary. Her children attend Charleston elementary and Ocoee Middle School.

She currently attends Calvary Memorial Baptist Church

Wingo-Salmond is the daughter of Gary and Brenda Wingo of Bradley County.

She said her “hobbies include my children, outdoor activities, helping animals, spending time with my family, and serving the people of Bradley County as well as giving back to it.

“I have dedicated my life to helping others and giving back,” she said.

“As a nurse, I have had to be my patients’ advocate and their voice. I have a lot of experience listening, problem solving and resolving issues.

“Anthony Robbins once stated, ‘Life is a gift and it offers us a privilege, opportunity, and responsibility to give something back by becoming more.’ I think this is a great way to be and if given the opportunity, I will serve the people of Bradley County whole heartedly and be their advocate,” Wingo-Salmond said.