Yolanda Wilson, resident of Fort Bend County for over 15 years, enjoys public service and looks forward to serving the City of Meadows Place as City Secretary. Ms. Wilson holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Texas Southern University. She began her local government career with the City of Sugar Land as a Management Intern. “I’ve worked in small and large cities but both have one thing in common, providing services to citizens.” She worked for the City of Missouri City for nine years where she created a Homeowner’s Association Network that specialized in providing current information to residents. She also managed grants for utilities and multiple community beautification projects for the City of Houston.
Yolanda enjoys volunteering. She works with local schools as a mentor and has served local non-for-profit organizations such as the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society and the March of Dimes. Other personal accomplishments include being a published author and an award winning poetess. She enjoys writing poetry, which led to her being recognized as Fort Bend County’s first Poet Laureate by the Ft. Bend Poets Group.
Ms. Wilson, who is excited about serving and becoming a part of Meadows Place says “I would like for every citizen to feel they are a part of the community because that shows as a city we’ve strived for excellence far beyond today, leading us into the future.”