Jade Fuller was born in Queens, New York, and raised in Queens, as well as, Long Island by her loving parents Horace and Lois Fuller. Jade and her sister Jazmin, were both active and studious children. From the onset, education was uplifted as a priority for the Fuller family. Accordingly, following a successful high school career, Jade was awarded a full, four-year academic alumni association scholarship to attend North Carolina Central University.
Jade thrived at NCCU. Receiving the scholarship served as an opportunity to live out her dream of attending an HBCU. While in undergrad, Jade’s scholastic and personal success continued. She was a member of the NCCU Honors Program and in 1999, she was initiated into the Alpha Lambda chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She would go on to graduate Magna Cum Laude in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Years later, in 2014, Jade was recognized and honored by her alma mater, receiving the prestigious 40 under 40 award from NCCU.
Jade continued her education and in 2004, she graduated from St. John’s University School of Law with a Juris Doctorate. Her legal career spans nearly 20 years and includes her current position as a Deputy Chief for the Labor Management & Employee Relations Division of The District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS).
Outside of her professional endeavors, Jade enjoys serving her community via volunteer work with her sorority and other notable organizations. Her volunteer work includes but is not limited to, mentorship for Dress for Success and NCCU's Ladies Soaring to Eagles Promise program. In her spare time, Jade enjoys spending time with her mother and sister both of whom have relocated to the DMV area, as well as her close friends and sorority sisters. She also finds true joy in her role as fur-mom to her adorable, pint-sized Shih Tzu, Sonny.