We will have two speaker from Harris County Precinct 4 at the November TMCC General Meeting. Learn more about their background below, read up on FEMA lots in Timbergrove Manor and email your questions for the speakers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elizabeth Stinsman has worked in Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle’s Community Assistance Department for the last year and a half. The Department is a vital resource to all residents in Precinct 4 through outreach to neighborhood organizations and collecting resident requests for maintenance, repairs of local infrastructure, and as a liaison to other offices on behalf of constituents. Elizabeth is a native Houstonian who grew up in the Jersey Village area and currently lives in Spring Branch with her husband and their yellow lab. She has extensive experience in community networking and customer relations with residents of the Greater Houston Area. In her free time she stays busy volunteering with a local non-profit mentoring at-risk youth within her community, serving in her church, and cheering on her favorite Houston sports teams.
Gary Bezemek is a Precinct Coordinator for the Harris County Flood Control District. Mr. Bezemek has been with the Flood Control District since April 2004, and is a professional engineer licensed to practice engineering in the state of Texas. In his current capacity, Mr. Bezemek is the liaison between Precinct 4 and the Flood Control District. Prior to assuming the Precinct Coordinator roll, Mr. Bezemek was the program manager for the Flood Control District’s Watershed Master Plan Studies program. Prior to coming to the District, Mr. Bezemek worked for more than 9 years in the private sector as a consulting engineer for two local Harris County engineering firms.
Mr. Bezemek holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree from the University of Texas and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering degree from Stanford University.