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Of the people. For the People. Tiffany Thomas
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Tiffany, Someone District F Can Trust.

After returning from college, Tiffany immediately returned to District F to recreate her life as a professional. After purchasing her first-home in the Braeburn Green subdivision in Alief, Tiffany made it her mission to change the narrative of District F by encouraging young families to invest in the area through homeownership. Tiffany later ran for Alief ISD School Board in 2013 and won, serving a four year term and working to pass the 2015 bond referendum to create the newest Career Technology Center on Richmond and Old Westheimer.

Tiffany, Someone who will Speak Truth to Power.

If you see something, say something. Tiffany has always used her utility to fully advance the issues and causes of the unheard, unseen and forgotten. She believes that’s why she’s the best person equipped to represent the 250,000 residents in District F. Tiffany has been featured on conference panels, radio and television speaking out in support of reforms, equity and investment in underserved communities.

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TIFFANY THOMAS for Houston city council district F

Tiffany, the Committed Servant Leader.

The measure of life is its service. Since grade school she established her servant leadership track record by championing issues such as equity, housing, economic development and quality schools; she’s demonstrated success and value by organizing large groups of people and doing and saying hard things – to get the job done. Tiffany has led many organizations and chaired initiatives throughout the area. Tiffany is a noted panelist on issues of community development, leadership and community organizing. She is a proud member of the North Harris County Alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the Houston (TX) Chapter of the Links Inc., Leadership Houston XXXI, American Leadership Forum XLIV, Women’s Campaign School at Yale and METRO Transit Class VI and served as Trustee for the Alief Independent School District from 2013-2017 becoming the youngest elected in the City of Houston and Harris County at the time of her election.