Shelia Stubbs is a graduate of Beloit Memorial High School. She attended Tougaloo College located in Tougaloo, Mississippi. Also, Jackson State University located in Jackson, Mississippi. She also attended Mount Senario College located in Ladysmith, WI and Cardinal Stritch University located in Milwaukee, WI. She obtained a Bachelors of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration; Bachelors of Arts in Political Science; Masters of Science & Management. She was given the distinct honor of teaching all courses offered in the Bachelors of Criminal Justice Program at Mount Senario College. She was a member of the Who’s Who Among High School Students, National Dean List and graduated with Magna Cum LaudeHonors.
Shelia Stubbs is extremely active in the community in providing leadership, mentoring and volunteer services. Currently, she serves as the First-Vice President of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Madison Branch, Former 3rd Vice-President of the WI State NAACP Conference of Branches, Youth Advisor for the Madison Youth Council of the NAACP, WI Women of Colored, and President of the Bridge/Lake Point Neighborhood Association. She is a member of Madison Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She was the recipient of many community recognition and service award. She received the Broadway-Simpson-Waunona Neighborhood Center, 5th Annual Pride Festival Spirit Award, 100 Women in White and The Black Women Expo; Eleanor Roosevelt Award.
Mrs. Stubbs is very excited about her political career. She was elected as the Dane County Board of Supervisor, District 23-South Madison on April 18, 2006-current. On May 6, 2008 she served as the Chair of the Health and Human Needs Committee until 2012. Her current Dane County Committee assignments are the following: Personnel & Finance Committee; Executive Committee; Chair, UW-Extension Committee; Monona Terrace Board of Directors; Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Board of Directors; Land Conservation Committee; Alliant Energy Center Commission; Co-Chair, Racial Disparities Sub-Committee; South Madison Fresh Market Project Team Committee; Alliant Energy Center Strategic Design Committee; Public Protection & Judiciary Alternatives to Arrest and Incarceration Work Group; Wisconsin Counties Association Board Member and Vice-Chair of the Judicial & Public Safety Steering Committee.
She has served on countless committees/boards: Long Term Care, Area Agency on Aging, Affordable Housing Trust Funds, Human Service Board, Alliant Energy, Health/Human Needs, Youth Commission, and Women’s Issues. She volunteers countless hours to the community, organizations and neighborhoods. She has been credited for empowering and constant commitment to the ministry. As a result, she created the Women of Excellence Ministries.
She received numerous honors, certificates and awards. She was the 2004 W.E. B. DuBois Advocates Award Recipient for the Madison Branch NAACP. She was “MISS NAACP” 1992 at Tougaloo College. She chartered, NAACP Madison Youth Council in 2003. She is a former Senior Probation/Parole Agent at the Department of Corrections, Division of Community Corrections and Madison-area Urban Ministry, Mentoring Connections Program, as a Match Support Specialist.
She is the beautiful wife of Pastor Godfrey A. Stubbs and the mother of Aquila. Also she is a Co-Founder of the End Time Ministries International Church in Madison, WI.