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Naomi Lam, Representing the Sugar Land Community FIRST
Transparent Government • Smart Growth • Return of Strong Ethics
EARLY VOTING BEGINS APRIL 25 WITH ELECTION DAY MAY 7, 2016
Naomi Lam, Myatt Hancock and Diana Miller have been active participants in Sugar Land community issues for many years. They have been advocates for responsible development and open, inclusive government that will retain the character and desirability of the City of Sugar Land community. With so many recent City Council actions taken without regard for the public will, Naomi, Myatt, and Diana all feel it is their civic duty to bring the desires of the citizens of Sugar Land back to City government and they have signed a 2016 Candidate Pledge as their commitment to the citizens.
Naomi Lam and her family have lived in Sugar Land for 31 years. Naomi has been an active advocate in community development issues. She supports open Government that is responsive to resident concerns while encouraging quality development that will benefit the community. As a former Board of Trustees for Fort Bend Independent School District (2001-2004), Naomi has dealt with complex financial and community issues that must be balanced between the community and governmental fiscal responsibility for the long term.
Naomi brings a strong financial background to the challenges ahead with experience that includes having worked as a Tax Accountant in the corporate environment as well as having been a CPA. She has a BA degree in Business and Masters Degree in Accounting. Naomi is a real estate broker specializing in real estate investment.
Naomi served as a grand juror in Fort Bend County. She is a member and a past president of the Sugar Land Optimist Club, a club serving the Youth. Naomi and her husband Frank have been married for 47 years. They have attended Fort Bend Community Church for over 15 years. They have two sons and two grand-children.
In photo below, Naomi Lam, attending the 2012 City Council Metting where resident objections to high density multi-family at Imperial were ignored. neighboring HOA's sent letters in opposition and hundreds of residents voiced objections including over 2,000 petition signatures.