About Me


Chad King Wilson Sr.

Chad King  Wilson Sr. is a 17-year veteran educator, coach, and educational activist with a background in Special Education, Social Studies, and Alternative Education programs. He is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and began his academic career with Montgomery County Public Schools. He received his B.A  in History with a minor in Sociology from  Saint  Francis University and a M.Ed in Special Education and Disability Studies from the University of Pittsburgh. 

Mr. Wilson believes that every child should have access to an inclusive, diverse,  world-class education that is, as Nelson Mandela stated, "the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."


Mr. Wilson continues to advocate for students, educators, and communities on local, state, and national platforms. He elevates  issues such as learning environments, special education services, the recruitment and retention of diverse educators, student rights and protections, and the professional treatment and compensation for educators. Mr. Wilson’s ability to communicate with various stakeholders has allowed him to be a fervent educational activist.

Mr. Wilson volunteers in the Frederick community as a youth coach and mentor. Working with students and providing athletic and academic guidance, he values the impact of positive mentorship on children. 

Mr. Wilson is a  Board Member of the Montgomery County Education Association. He has served on three impact negotiation teams focused on student and staff safety and protection of student and staff rights. Mr. Wilson has presented special education lessons and curriculum at Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Wilson and his wife, Louise Wilson, reside in Frederick, Maryland, with their two beautiful children, Chad King Wilson Jr. and Cameron King Wilson. He currently teaches Alternative Education and Social Studies at Watkins Mill High School where he is also the head football coach, assistant track coach, and sponsor of the Black Student Union.