I have lived in Hutto since 2006. Our children are Hutto Hippos and we are proud members of Hippo Nation. My wife is an elementary school teacher here as well. We attend a local church and are involved members. We, as a family, are fully invested in Hutto and want to help it grow to be a destination for families. I don't just sit on the sidelines in Hutto, I currently serve as the Chairman of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, the Vice Chair on the Planning and Zoning Board, a board member of the Economic Development Corporation and lastly, I am a member of the 2040 Comp Plan committee. I Love Hutto and am willing to serve in any capacity to make this town better.
My wife and I both graduated high school in Killeen, so we have seen the changes to Central Texas. We can remember when Hutto had a single blinking yellow light. Hutto is unique in that it has a small town feel while residing in one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. Hutto also has a rich tradition as an agricultural community. I understand that aspect, as well, since we have a family farm and ranch in West Texas, so I think I bring a unique skillset to bridge the city and rural concerns.
I have a degree in Electrical Engineering and a Mathematics minor from Texas A&M University. I have worked in the Semi-Conductor Industry for over twenty years and have dealt with a broad range of cultures, that span the globe, in my years of international travel. I have also continued my education by getting my MBA from Texas A&M Commerce with an emphasis in Finance. While a member of the P&Z board, I have attended the APA conference of Texas as a Hutto representative to see what is being done around the state. Seeing what other cities are doing has helped me learn what are the best practices for city planning issues. I also graduated from Hippo University which is a 9-month long program to learn about how the Hutto school district works from administration down to finance which will allow me to partner with them to address their challenges because the city of Hutto can only thrive with both groups working together.
We also love animals and have two really old Chihuahuas and two young Golden Doodles. We love talking them for walks and want to continue the growth of trails and parks for the citizens of Hutto. Lastly, we ideally want to be able to do the majority of life's daily adventures in Hutto. I hope to make it possible for Hippo Nation to be able to work, live and play here.
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