I am a successful real estate broker and small business owner with over 25 years of experience. I specialize in corporate relocation. I assist transferring employees with finding a new home if they are moving to DFW and I assist transferring employees in the marketing and sale of their home if they are leaving DFW. I have earned 5 real estate designations, among them are: ABR, CRP, GDS, TCPM and TCLPM.
I have served on several city boards and commissions such as:
Industrial Development Corporation, Southern Dallas Development Corporation (5 years) and Vickery Meadows TIF (9 years).
I attended Richland College, Indiana University and University of Texas at Dallas. I have degrees in Real Estate and Business Administration.
I am very active in community affairs. I was recently elected Vice President of the Dallas Branch of the NAACP. I am on the executive board of the Dallas Branch of the NAACP. I won the Freedom Fighter Award from the Dallas Branch of the NAACP in 2014. I am a precinct chair, deputy voter registrar and election judge. I chair the advisory committee for House District 100. Read more...
News and Events
Town Hall Meeting
Please join Council Member Kevin Felder in a discussion about the future improvements of the Union Pacific Miller rail yard. Click the flyer below for more details.
FY 2017-18 Budget Town Halls
Mayor’s Back To School Fair
Summer may be in full swing, but school is just around the corner! Don’t miss the 21st-annual Mayor’s Back to School Fair, presented by Walmart, on Friday, Aug. 4, from 8 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Centennial Building at Fair Park.
A one-stop shop with all the back-to-school essentials, the Fair will offer free school supplies for Dallas schoolchildren (who meet eligibility requirements); free services including health, dental and vision screenings; immunizations and haircuts, plus the latest information on education, health and social services. Backpacks will be given away to kids in pre-K through 6th grade. Musical entertainment, kids activities, games, interactive demos and more make for an exciting event that’s not to be missed!
Families who qualify are encouraged to pre-register by July 29 in order to reserve free school supplies. By pre-registering, families will have more time to enjoy all the amazing services available at the Fair!
Admission is free. Parking is free, or visitors can ride DART. New this year: Shuttle service within Fair Park will be available to and from the Centennial Building, where the Fair’s main entrance is located. The Centennial Building at Fair Park is located at 1001 Washington St. in Dallas.
For more information, eligibility requirements and a list of pre-registration events, please call 311 or go to mayorsbacktoschoolfair.com.
2017 District 7 Bond Program Information
(Click image for flyer in PDF format)
The current needs inventory is available in two forms: a list and a map. Each can be accessed below.
District 7 Needs Inventory - List
District 7 Needs Inventory - Map
Proposed Management Agreement with Fair Park Texas Foundation
Park and Recreation Board Briefing