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Tina L. Vick

Councilwoman Tina L. Vick

Councilwoman Tina L. Vick

South District 3, Seat A | Term Expires June 30, 2016

Contact Information

Councilwoman Vick can be contacted by e-mailing City Council, calling (757) 926-8618 or by mailing the address below.

City Council
City of Newport News
2400 Washington Avenue
Newport News, VA 23607

Councilwoman Tina Vick was born and raised in Newport News in the southeast community where she continues her desire to implement policy and programs to enhance the lives of all of our residents.

Councilwoman Vick has also published several articles including:

  • A Human Resource and Community Development Journal, Helping Virginia’s Future: The Resource Mothers Program, Volume II; October 1988
  • Daily Press, Take this job…and love it; September 1988

Councilwoman Tina Vick had one daughter,Teunsha Vick-Diggs and a son, Terrance Vick. She also has two grandsons: Shamar Vick and Brandon Diggs

  • 1980 Homer L. Ferguson High School
  • 1984 Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications – Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia
  • 2001 Alpha College of Real Estate
  • Owner/Principal Broker-Tina L. Vick Realty & Development, LLC
  • Director – Peninsula Community Development Corporation
  • Real Estate Agent – John E. Wood Realty, Inc.
  • Director – New Orleans Marine Institute
  • Counselor – Peninsula Marine Institute
  • Marketing Specialist – Community Arts Program
  • Resource Specialist – Office of Human Affairs
  • Member of Providence Baptist Church
  • Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads
  • Hampton Roads Regional Jail
  • Peninsula Workforce Development Consortium
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc
  • First Vice President National Council of Negro Women
  • Peninsula Habitat for Humanity Advisory Board
  • Virginia Association of Housing Counselors
  • Hampton Roads Housing Consortium
  • VHDA Multicultural Advisory Committee
  • VHDA Homeownership Education Trainer
  • National Association of Minority Contractors
  • 1998 – Outstanding Leadership and Dedication Award, New Orleans Marine Institute
  • 1992 – Outstanding Staff Award, Peninsula Marine Institute
  • 1980 – Recipient of the 1st Newport News Redevelopment & Housing Authority Scholarship

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