Human Capital Consultant and Community Activist Andy Neill has announced his intentions to seek the Houston City Council’s At-Large position # 3 in the upcoming 2007 election season. Neill is a political outsider who is looking to shake-up what he says is a “stagnate cabal of City leadership”.
To accomplish his mission, Neill is with pushing what he calls his “A.C.E. plan” for restoring confidence and trust in the City’s leadership ranks. The “A.C.E. plan” focuses on:
- Enforcement of the Laws
Neill’s campaign will look to captivate and engage those voters who are turned off by the traditional choice of candidates; whom he cites are usually “the products of cronyism, nepotism, or special interest.”
Neill’s core platform revolves around a plan to clean-up the homeless population around key economic centers (such as downtown), and act as an advocate for lower property taxes for all city residents.
Neill is a graduate of the University of Houston-Downtown, and has lead multiple philanthropic and volunteer projects in the Houston area as the Chair of the Houston Downtown Alliance’s Emerging Leaders Community Outreach Committee. Neill is also an active member of the East End Chamber of Commerce, The Houston Club, and has over twelve years of experience in the Houston business community working for top tier companies such as Accenture, Administaff, CH2M Hill, and IBM Global Business Services.
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