Wendy Duncan

Candidate for Fort Bend County Commissioner Precinct 3

Katy, Texas

 

“Now is the time for motivated and qualified leadership to progress our county forward.
Improving our quality of life through mobility and flood control are my top priorities!”

Mission: Motivated by the wonderful people who live in Fort Bend County, I announced my Candidacy for Precinct 3 County Commissioner. My goal is to improve our quality of life, keep home values strong and trending upward, attract businesses which provide opportunities for us to work closer to home and ensure a safe community in which to raise our families.

Values: My values are focused on life, liberty, individual constitutional rights, personal responsibility, innovative leadership, small government, strong families and always lending a compassionate hand to those in need.

Wendy Duncan is dedicated, highly passionate leader who will provide vision and oversight for the wide spectrum of concerns within the Office of County Commissioner. She has proven ability to collaborate in a team environment for long-term public leadership. She is eager to leverage her grass roots support with a strong network within Fort Bend and Harris Counties to deliver high quality results to the voters of Precinct 3.

Civic Leadership Highlights:

2018 – Present                       Co-founder Barker Flood Prevention

The purpose of Barker Flood Prevention is to obtain immediate and substantial flood management solutions for upstream and downstream of the Barker Reservoir as well as the Greater Houston Area.

2011 – Present                       Assistant Vice President Willow Fork Drainage District

  • Parks and Trails Committee – Overseeing the implementation of a $29MM Parks and Trails Bond approved by voters in 2011.
    A. Central Green
    B. Exploration Park
    C. Willow Fork Park
    D. Freedom Park $2MM (Maintained by Fort Bend County)
    E. 19 miles of added trails
  • Overseeing and participating in recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey
  • Developing a project to provide additional flood protection – 737-acre project
  • Communication Committee – Organized on going community engagement meetings to educate the public about the specific problems and solutions of flood control

2001 – Present                     Small Business Owner

  • Property acquisition and management.

1999 – 2001                         Assistant Principal

  • Spring Branch ISD

1996 – 1999                         Math Teacher

  • Presbyterian School

1993 – 1996                         Math Teacher

  • St. Anne Catholic School

Education Highlights:

  • University of Houston, Masters of Education Administration, Magna Cum Laude; May 2000
  • Texas A&M University, Bachelors Interdisciplinary Studies (Education), Magna Cum Laude and
    Distinguished Honor Graduate – College of Education; May 1993