MEET DORI L BROWN
New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
I’m Dori L. Brown a resident of District 2 since 1995 who’s ready to work for you!!
I am not a politician but a concerned citizen who wants more for all the residents of District 2. Since moving to San Antonio in 1978 at the age of 9, I’ve always loved this city for its unique character and diversity of people, culture & food. After a governmental R.I.F. I moved back to Michigan but 3 years without Mexican food, Big Red soda & Blue Bell ice cream was all I could take, I then realized Texas was truly home.
I’m a graduate of O.W. Holmes High School Class of 86’ and I received my Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Our Lady of the Lake University in 1997.
I’m a licensed minister, an award winning Gospel Radio Announcer, a ministry founder, a former full-time business owner and a single mother of a school age son named Jake.
For two years I had the pleasure to serve this community as a constituent aide for State Representative Ruth Jones McClendon. I believe in the power of networking and valued my membership with the National Association of Women Business Owners and Sistas in Business, where I served as 2nd Vice President.
Currently, I’m a long term member and treasurer of the Claude W. Black Community Center Advisory Board, board member of the San Antonio Queen of Soul Pageant and the founder of the Women Ministers Alliance 501 (c)(3).
I've received The President's Volunteer Service - Lifetime Achievement Award, 2009 Gospel Radio Announcer of the Year, and the 2019 Trail Blazer Award. I've been Recognized in Who's Who in Black San Antonio, Recognized as 'Making a Difference in Gospel Radio' by the Chosen Royal Women , Recognized as 'Outstanding Service in Ministry' by Ethel's Essential And Harper Ministries International.
I was a commission member and/or volunteer of the City of San Antonio Martin Luther King Jr Commission 14years. I was even nominated for their Baha'i Unity of Humanity Award.
I'm a member of the Harvest Center Church under the leadership of Pastor Alonzo Hurt and his wife Lady Diann Hurt who are very faithful to the church and the community.
After much prayer, I’ve stepped out on faith to run for the office of City Council, District 2 and I pray that you allow me to serve you in this capacity.
Dori L. Brown