prioritized neighborhood voices
Prioritized visible leadership by hosting more than 30 neighborhood forums on various issues affecting neighbors and sponsoring several community events like backpack distributions and National Night Out gatherings.
Demonstrated integrity, transparency and leadership as the only City Councilmember to submit a conflict of interest disclosure form since 2015.
Ensured residential and commercial developers obtain neighborhood feedback during the zoning process and advocated for improved systems to notify residents of developments that impact their neighborhoods.
Ensured a transparent and inclusive redistricting process that prioritized neighborhood input and allowed for public map-making and review – a process that resulted in the creation of a map that reflects the growth and diversity of our City, especially for our historically underrepresented Latino and Black communities.
Regularly convened with neighborhoods, businesses, faith-based and nonprofit organizations, and local schools across District 6 with the goal of forging new partnerships.
Supported the naming of the new public library in District 6, which 2,968 neighbors voted to name the Vivian J. Lincoln Library after the longtime educator and first African American female principal in the Crowley Independent School District.
Supported increased funding of $771,920 to expand the Fort Worth Public Library’s collection of books, eBooks and resources available to the public.