Donald Stuckey II is a native Detroiter and has lived in the Warrendale community for over a decade. He currently works at Dearborn High School as a special education paraprofessional working directly with a student with autism.

Donald currently serves as a board member for Transportation Riders United an organization that advocates for better public transportation in Southeast Michigan. He is also a volunteer mediator at the Wayne Dispute Resolution Center.

Donald has a long record of national and community service. He has served in AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) helping to rebuild in Mississippi and Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina devastated those areas. Donald has also served in City Year Detroit.

Donald was honored to receive the Silver Congressional Award from Congressman John Conyers. Donald is also a recipient of the Spirit of Detroit Award.

Donald received his B.A in Political Science from Eastern Michigan University and a Masters in Dispute Resolution from Wayne State University.