Hi, I am Tiffany and I'm running for Houston City Council, District F and I'm asking for your vote on November 5, 2019.
I've lived in District F since 1995 when my parents decided to purchase their first home in Brays Village East a subdivision in Alief. The schools were strong, neighborhoods safe and we had access to retail and all of the major highways.
I was raised in a home by parents that were clear on our values - faith, family, self and community. I've demonstrated in previous roles that I will be ready day one to serve as your representative in City Hall. I attended Alief schools where I was introduced to leadership by many teachers and administrators. After completing my degree at Sam Houston State University I moved back home -- I never considered the idea of leaving my community.
I served my neighbors in District F and the greater Houston area in a variety of ways over the years through volunteering and leading organizations that allowed me to sharpen my knowledge on issues that mattered such as housing, public safety, workforce development, transportation, and education. In 2013, I tested my capacity to lead and ran for Alief ISD Trustee, position 7 and won, serving for four years with the best interests of the taxpayer, student, parent and business in mind.
I'm a District F homeowner, taxpayer, friend, neighbor and someone you can count on to represent you.
I'm not running to represent District F because I oppose any man or woman, I'm running for District F because I am the only candidate who is prepared to lead and qualified to serve the residents of Alief, Briar Meadow, Tanglewilde and Westchase.
I'm running for Houston City Council because District F belongs to all of us - not just a few. I will represent the interests of the most diverse community in Houston at City Hall with fidelity and equity.
I'm running for Houston City Council, District F because we deserve the opportunity to own our home -- 71% are low wage workers. We deserve a stronger economic engine.
I'm running for Houston City Council, District F because we deserve to have safe neighborhoods. In 2016, 57% of residents said they fear they will be a victim of a crime.
I'm running for Houston City Council, District F because 24% of our neighbors live in poverty and have no pathway out.
I'm running for Houston City Council, District F because job prospects have been replaced with human trafficking within businesses and on our streets.
I'm running for Houston City Council to show future generations that you don't have to leave the neighborhood to become something, but once you become something, bring it back to the neighborhood.