Pasha Baker is the Director & Chief Executive Officer of Goldsboro West Side Community Historical Association, Inc. In her daily role she collaborates with State and Federal agencies, partners with small businesses, executes grant and fundraising platforms, and manages the Goldsboro Museum, Francis Oliver Cultural Arts and Goldsboro Welcome Center, Crooms Academy Museum, The Goldsboro Heritage & Art Garden, The Goldsboro Arts Square, and Page Jackson Cemetery.
Ms. Baker’s humble beginnings and life lessons led her to entrepreneurship. It was this experience that encouraged Pasha to create a entrepreneur ecosystem. She set her sights on really making a difference within her community. She became one of the most sought after entrepreneurs in Central Florida. Her desire was to create an Economical Development Model that would provide the disenfranchised with financial stability and growth opportunities. She accomplished this goal by creating jobs within the community and building businesses that withstood economic highs and recession lows. Pasha is one the most influential young business leaders of today.
Appointed by City and County Commissions for Advisory and Board of Director Delegations, Pasha gained a skilled understanding of the complexities of city government and how to execute solutions for our hardworking citizens.
'In my candidacy, I see positive, productive, and accessible roles for the Mayoralty.'- Pasha Baker
'There are challenges upon us however, I am the Servant Leader who has the experience and sound judgement to heal old wounds and Execute Solutions.'
'I believe that the foundation of any thriving community should include Family, Education, Economic Development, Public Safety, Arts & Culture, and Environmental Awareness. If we want to advance Sanford and have a better and brighter future, we must work to enhance and expand these categories.'
For more information on Pasha Baker, please visit www.PashaBaker.com