Bianca Crockam is the Democratic candidate for Kentucky House District 9 in Christian County. She is running to provide honest and transparent representation and to advocate for public education, workforce development and advances in agriculture and to recruit specialty physicians to her area. No matter our race or party affiliation, we all want the same things: to be safe, happy, and to have a quality of life. By working together, we can achieve these goals.
Ms. Crockam was nurtured and educated in Christian County, and later moved with her family to Florida, where she completed her senior year of high school. She holds a Bachelor of Education degree and a Masters of Arts in Education from Florida Atlantic University, and the University of the Cumberlands.
Ms. Crockam returned to Pembroke, Ky in 2010 and has since taught at Christian County High School, where she was nominated for 2018 Teacher of the Year. She also served as a Kentucky AP Advocate Ambassador for four years, was a member of the Equity Racial Committee, and a Teacher Mentor for eight years.
Ms. Crockam and her husband, Elliot, continue to reside in Pembroke where they raised their now adult sons with their dog, Max.