About Trudy Berry
I grew up in Michigan and lived in California for three years while in elementary school. I enlisted in the U.S. Air Force after high school graduation and worked as a Legal Services Specialist. After being honorably discharged from the Air Force at the end of my enlistment, I lived in the Philippines and worked in various military and State Department offices. When I returned from the Philippines, I lived in Maryland and worked in Virginia before moving to Virginia in 1990.
In high school, I was inducted into the National Honor Society and received the John & Elizabeth Whitely Business Award. In the Air Force, I received an Honor Graduate Certificate upon completion of the Administrative Specialist Course before completing the Legal Services Specialist Course.
I graduated Magna cum Laude from Longwood University with a BS in Sociology with a Concentration in Criminal Justice. I served as Secretary of the Commuter Student Association, received two Citizen Leader Awards, and was inducted into three Honor Societies. I also enrolled in graduate courses and received a Certificate in Social Policy and Administration.
My past volunteer work includes serving as a Cub Scout Leader, Brownie Girl Scout Leader, and Secretary of the Lunenburg County Chamber of Commerce. I am currently Secretary of the Friends of the Victoria Public Library and an active member of the Lunenburg County Democratic Committee.
Service to others and the pursuit of justice have always been at the heart of my actions. I wish to continue in service and pursuing equality and justice as Delegate for Virginia’s House District 61 because we have not moved as far forward as we should have in the past 25 years.
Use of military rank, titles, or photographs in uniform do not imply endorsement by the Department of the U.S. Air Force or the Department of Defense.
Cups of Coffee
Taking action to help make the changes I want in my community.
Why I am Campaigning
for Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
for Liberty and Justice for all
for Equal Rights – Human Rights
to Be the Change, not just wish for change
UPLIFT DISTRICT 61
Let’s work together to make the changes we want in our community.
- Neighborhood Awareness