Win Weber for CCISD Trustee www.winweber4ccisdtrustee.net
July 2020 marked my 10th year as trustee for the CCISD School Board. It is the most rewarding volunteer job that I have ever had. My sole ambition in this position is to make the lives of children better. I have a deep belief that a robust public education system is the best opportunity to grow any child to a healthy, contributing adult.

I have served my community throughout my professional career. I am a former felony prosecutor who has worked closely with survivors of violence and a former special drug prosecutor. I am a criminal defense lawyer and Associate Judge for the cities of both Nassau Bay and Kemah.

I believe in lifelong learning. I have provided continuing education for peace officers, training for women's shelter hot line workers and I am scheduled October 2020 to give a training session for CASA of Galveston County. I teach Criminal Law and Procedure and Mock Trial to undergraduate students at the University of Houston - Clear Lake. I completed Legal Professional Trauma Training sponsored by Texas Lawyers for Children in October 2019, Trust Based Relational Intervention for lawyers in March 2020 and the Mental Health Summit through the Texas Municipal Court Education Center in August 2020.

My parents and grandparents taught me to commit to serving my community through their own service examples. I hope to do the same for my children.

I would be honored to receive your support in this election. This form shows many ways that you can get involved.


Thank you,

Win Weber
win.b.weber@gmail.com
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