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Sabrina Wu brings a background in television, radio and print to her role as editor for the Burr Ridge Patch site. Before joining Patch, she worked as an anchor, reporter and producer at WSAW-TV in Wausau, WI; a producer at WBAY-TV in Green Bay, WI; the Washington DC correspondent for KSNT-TV in Topeka, KS and has appeared on NBC's Dateline. She is a graduate of Northwestern University 's Medill School of Journalism and sits on the board of the Asian American Journalists Association in Chicago as treasurer. Her work has been published in several Chicago-area newspapers and magazines, including Crain's Chicago Business, Chicago Athlete magazine, The Daily Herald, The Daily Southtown and The Northwest Indiana Times.
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I am not a member of any political party. I evaluate political candidates the way I evaluate everyone else—as individuals. I believe issues are more important than political parties, and partisanship should take a back seat to public interest.
I'm a Christian. In very basic terms, this means that I live my life as though I'm accountable to someone—someone who knows everything I do, and every thought, intention and feeling that I have. Compassion and honesty are two qualities I try to live by, and value in others. In my life and in my career, I hope to make a positive difference in people's lives.
Local Hot-Button Issues
Parents always are interested to know what the latest developments are out of the D86 and D181 school boards. We'll want to know what parents think and how the policies are affecting their children.