Martina Lemond Dixon graduated from Auburn University with a B.A. in Communications. She later obtained a Post Baccalaureate in Construction Management and an MA in Educational Leadership from Louisiana State University . She later earned her MBA from Cornell University [3, 5]. She is currently the CEO of Unicorn Service Solutions, a project management and planning company [2, 3]. Aside from managing her organization, she serves as Board President of the Humble ISD School Board, Board Secretary of the Harris Central Appraisal District (HCAD), and Commissioner on the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE), a position appointed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott . Dixon is also a board member of the Texas Business Hall of Fame and a member of multiple local organizations such as the Houston Region Business Coalition and Greater Houston Builders Association. In her spare time, Dixon volunteers with the Jack and Jill of America, Inc., the Barbara Bush Ladies for Literacy Guild, the Downtown Rotary Club of Houston, and the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary .
Dixon wants to prioritize flood management, mitigation, and infrastructure development given the implications of Hurricane Harvey. She hopes to increase proactivity in saving lives, homes, schools, and jobs in anticipation for future hurricanes, especially considering Houston’s location on the coast .
Dixon supports law enforcement and the full funding of the local Houston Police Department. She advocates for ample support and resources provided to local police officers .
Dixon backs fiscal responsibility and a transparent approach. She wants to implement no deficit and effectively utilize taxpayer dollars by initiating cost-effective and meaningful projects for her constituents .
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