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Many politicians are put forth by interest groups, or they have their own interests. The exact opposite of what a politician should be, which is, a selfless public servant acting to forward public interest.
I’m not an establishment politician, person, or panderer. I work effectively with and for people, by listening to their concerns, complaints, and wishes. As a lawyer, a mother of four, a successful business-owner, a legislative advocate for human and civil rights, and a middle-class American, I’ve remained in touch with everyday family struggles and the organized community efforts towards improvement.
Wanting to work for the public is a drive, not a decision; the reward is not a paycheck, it’s a pay-forward.
19-year Lawyer, multi-state licensed; Founding Member of 2 Law Practices; Congressional Legislative Advocate in Washington, D.C.; Deputy Chief of Policy & Legislative Affairs, 86th Legislature; Business Owner; Mother of four young adults; Currently Director of Compliance, Harris County.
In my work as a Congressional advocate, I worked with congressional members in Washington, D.C. to sponsor and fund bills including, IVAWA (International Violence Against Women Act), children’s access to education, and humanitarian aid. During the 86th State Legislature over 7,000 bills were introduced. I followed 100’s of impactful bills, ranging from flood recovery funds to gun rights expansion bills- many of these new laws took effect on September 1st. I plan to use this broad base professional experience to get results for the residents of Texas 148.
In The Community
League of Women Voters Member; Voter Deputy Registrar; Texas Democratic Women member, former Legislative Chair; Certified Anti-human trafficking Attorney-serving non-profit organizations’ legal needs; Immigration workshop pro-bono legal services; Houston Bar Association Young Lawyer Mentor; Houston Volunteer Lawyers Association; Blue Ribbon Lobbyist.