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Every city of Houston employee is in the service industry: We work so city government can serve the needs of Houston residents.

But there are some among us who stand out, whose superior service and great attitude come natural. And they don't stop when they clock out. They see their time off as an opportunity to serve even more — to coach a kid who needs a positive influence, to go grocery shopping for an elderly neighbor, to paint or handle chores around the house of a disabled resident.

They may prefer helping others quietly to seeking the limelight, but we want to recognize them for their serving spirit that adds to the soul of our city and motivates the rest of us to do something too.

They are among the city's best. For them, we reserve the very highest recognition we have for city employees. Bravo to the selfless.

Please feel free to email questions to Lucha Morales at lucha.morales@houstontx.gov.

  

Congratulations to our 2021 Bravo Award Winners 

Melissa Saldivar Hamilton, Administrative Assistant, Houston Police Department

Sharon Malveaux, Administration Manager, Human Resources

Cherrelle Duncan, Chief of Staff, Houston City Council District F, Office of Council Member Tiffany D. Thomas

Janice Weaver, Director, Mayor’s Office of Community Relations

Cory Worden, Safety Advisor, Human Resources Department

Gabe Cazares, Director, Mayor’s Office of People with Disabilities

 

Bravo Winners

 

 

Last modified on Thursday, 03 June 2021 16:47
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Deadline for Bravo nominations, March 26.