Let's Move Forward Together!

Meet Dr. Reagan Flowers

Dr. Reagan Flowers has been at the forefront of all matters related to STEM education, leadership, entrepreneurship, community advocacy, and professional motivation throughout her career. Her monumental path tells a marvelous story of determination and a will to fight for the un-empowered. Her incredible talents were demonstrated at a young age, as she overcame failing third grade, and through the encouragement of her teachers was able to complete high school early, and went on to become the first person in her family to graduate from college (Texas Southern University). Her passion for STEM education was born while working as a science teacher at Jack Yates High School.

Thanks to a grant provided by NASA, her students were able to build a one-of-a-kind robot, to compete in the school’s first-ever robotics competition. The success of her students and her recognition of the importance of mathematics and science motivated her to create more positive changes at the local level, and she made it her mission to ensure that each child had access to enriched STEM education programming. She has the unwavering support of her loving husband and finds delight in watching others enjoy a meal she has prepared, listening to great music, and traveling the world.

Her STEM exploits evolved into helping support organizations, businesses, teachers, and other professionals in impacting change through the power of education. She has motivated thousands through her inspirational speaking engagements, her business ventures, and community advocacy. Today, she works diligently as CEO of C-STEM, whose headquarters is proudly located in historic Third Ward, TX, and continues to make certain that underrepresented students get the opportunities necessary to have better professional and personal outcomes. Every chapter of her journey has prepared her for this role as HISD Trustee, one which your support will be critical in helping her achieve. She is committed to helping move HISD forward, for our children and our community, and she recognizes that Change Begins With Us.

Making a Difference...

We all need inspiration from time to time. Dr. Reagan Flowers has the professional and personal experience to help a variety of entities in times of need. She has been able to assist educators, as well as other professionals, while also assisting and mentoring students in vulnerable situations.

Dr. Flowers makes a clear distinction between telling someone they can overcome a problem or a difficult circumstance, and creating a lasting impact that will inspire the receiver of the message to create lasting positive changes. For more details, and to learn more about Dr. Reagan’s inspirational speaking engagements visit: https://www.drreaganflowers.com/

An Education Expert...

Dr. Flowers is one of the nation’s foremost leaders in education. She has raised millions of dollars towards efforts to close achievement gaps that disadvantaged students face in underfunded schools and undeveloped communities. As chief knowledge officer of Education Consulting Services, she works tirelessly to provide businesses, organizations, and academic institutions with the resources to implement effective strategies that will help resolve issues associated with barriers in education.

Ultimately, her mission with ECS is to strengthen the workforce of today and tomorrow by influencing the next generation of STEM professionals and utilizing their skills to strengthen our society’s economic influence among other competitive societies throughout the world. Learn More...

Giving Back to the Community

Through Dr. Flowers’ STEM driven initiatives, public speaking, and similar engagements, she continues to make certain that communities are strengthened to their highest degree. Perhaps one of her most notable ways in which she fortifies communities is through C-STEM.

C-STEM is a nonprofit organization she founded in 2002. The mission of C-STEM is to ignite the light within students to help them obtain a passion for communication, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Over the years, her organization has provided immeasurable support for tens of thousands of teachers, students, organizations, and parents around the country. Learn more about what C-STEM is doing in our community here.
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Change Begins with Us: Our Platform

Our nation's youth have so much to offer, and we need to ensure that our communities and public schools are best meeting their needs. We need to move our communities and public schools Forward together. Dr. Flowers’ plan is comprised of various factors that collectively contribute towards the success that a child accomplishes in the classroom. All factors must be fulfilled to help strengthen public schools and ensure a positive transition from the community to classroom to college and career. If everyday individuals, community leaders, organizations, and businesses work in unison, we can close the gaps in education that have been affecting the most underserved members' communities in Houston for decades.

Take a look below to see what Dr. Flowers believes will help lead to a powerful transformation in our communities and public education.

Having a world-class education system begins with a commitment to fully funding education, offering competitive pay to teachers, restoring prominence to the teaching profession, and allowing teachers to run their classrooms. We must guide public education from the focus on testing to a system more focused on instruction delivery, with built-in flexibility within the curriculum to allow for different approaches to teaching pedagogy. Furthermore, the legislature should not insert itself when school districts make policy decisions aimed at protecting students, staff and teachers.

House District 147 (HD 147) comprises some great public schools, and a collection of incredible higher education institutions including Houston Community College, Texas Southern University, University of Houston, and University of St. Thomas.

The legislature should take affirmative action to expand Medicaid access to Texas’ low to moderate income families. As one of the states with the lowest percentage of insured citizens, improving healthcare access must be a top priority, particularly given the havoc wreaked on our hospital systems by the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to improving healthcare access, we must place renewed emphasis on preventative healthcare, wellness, nutrition, and combating healthcare disparities.

Small businesses are the lifeblood of so many of our communities, and by far are the largest employer base in Texas. Consequently we must ensure that necessary resources are made available to small and minority businesses to ensure access to non-traditional capital resources, a robust base of consistent customers, and external contract opportunities. Furthermore, the Texas Workforce Commission and Governor’s office of economic development must direct job training programs and economic investments to so many of our underserved communities, to provide upskill training for workers and sustain new investments that will drive local job creation. We must also look to further leverage partnerships with community colleges, high schools, and trades unions to ensure Texans are being equipped with the necessary skills required to compete in the technologically driven future economy.

Housing is the cornerstone of communities, however, to have truly vibrant communities, residents need to have a range of housing that is affordable for people at various levels along the income scale. For communities to be sustainable, housing must be accompanied by a range of basic amenities including but not limited to parks, schools, grocery stores, restaurants, retail, health facilities, and financial institutions. Communities must also combat the most common plights plaguing under-resourced communities such as crime, dilapidated buildings, abandoned lots, and food deserts.  We will promote improved vibrancy of communities throughout HD 147 by working with Community-Based Organizations, City of Houston, Management Districts, TIRZ’s, Non-Profits, Universities, and other key stakeholders to undertake comprehensive community development efforts.

The key to leveling the societal playing field is via broad-based adoption of policies aimed at addressing the issue of equity, which must be viewed through the lens of existing policies that have created historical disadvantages for Black, Hispanic, Asian, and LGBTQIA communities. Equality aims to treat everyone the same, but equity seeks to redress disadvantages and prop up historically marginalized people to a level placing them on a more equal basis to compete for opportunity.


Get Involved

Dr. Reagan Flowers will do all that it takes to ensure accountability and transparency are present at all times. She will work tirelessly to foster a lasting change that will help elevate students and assist their families overcome barriers to a quality education. Join her and help uplift the voices of students, parents, teachers and Our Community. You can support Dr. Flowers through a monetary donation, volunteering, and/or hosting community meetings on her behalf.

Our Campaign is Endorsed By

Hon. Adrian Garcia – Harris County Commissioner Hon. Howard Jefferson
Hon. Jasmine Crockett – State Representative Gayle Fallon – Former President Houston Federation of Teachers*
Hon. Letitia Plummer – Houston City Councilmember Ray Hunt – HPOU Executive Director
Claude Cummings, Jr. – Vice President, CWA District 6 Gerald W. McElvy – Former University of Houston Regent
Dr. Sergio Lira – Former HISD Board Trustee Dr. Sam Sarabia – Former HISD Elementary Chief School Officer
Hon. Jerry Davis – Former Houston City Councilmember Susan Taylor – Former Editor, Essence Magazine
Hon. Brian Middleton – Fort Bend County District Attorney Bill Baldwin - Houston Planning Commission
Charles Gooden - Former Pearland ISD Board Trustee Dr. Teddy McDavid - OST Community Partnership
Vincent Sanders – Precinct Chair Michael Studdert – Precinct Chair


Dr. Dayo & Alyce Adeseye
Michael Aldridge
Anthony Kirk Allen
Tanya Easter Allen
Carlton & Myoshia Anderson
Mo  Animashaun
Mike & Shemeika Arogbonlo
Kierha Baker
Roceal Baker
Colleen Banks
Bill Baldwin

Jaja Ball
Jerry Ball

Onaje Barnes
Dr. Eugene Barrington
Dr. Janice Beal
Joi Beasley
Attorney Al Benoit

Mrs. Dorothy Booker

Kevin  Braggs
Mildred & Willie Bright
Marlon & Rosalind Brooks
Onyii Brown
Linda Brown 
Emile  Browne
Attorney Terry Bruner
Antoine & Zawadi Bryant
Bobby  Bryant
Misha Lesley Burkins
Joe Burton
Felicia Butler
Kalinda Campbell
Sonia Cummings Carr
Sterling & Crystal Carter
Stephen & Daphne Carter

Helen Cashaw

Patsy Cavazos
Tahir Charles
Gene Coleman
Dr. Kelly Coleman
Ann  Collum
Ken & Sandie Cowan
Tony Crawford
Earl Cummings
Claude  Cummings, Jr.
Laquita Cyprian
Hon. Jerry  Davis
Dannette K.  Davis
James Donatto, Sr.*
Tanya Douglas
Denise Duvernay
Tanya Allen Easter
Tejuana Edmond
David  Edwards
Ted Ellis
Pamela Ellis
Barry & Ruthie Esene
Clarence Estes
Gayle Fallon
Andrew Farias
Kevin & Julie Fitzpatrick
Catherine Flowers
Sarah Freddie
Trisha Frederick
Roland Garcia*
Tony Garcia
LJ  Garfield
Cynthia Garrison
Dr. Joe & Deanne Gathe
Bill  Gibson
Roy  Gonzalez
Chris  Grant
Adfanie Gray
Yolanda  Green
Leticia Gutierrez


Bambi Hall
Dr. Leland K. Hall, Sr.
Ed Hamb

Dwayne Harris

Jervon & Thema Harris
Michael Harris
Dennis & Tiffany Hatchett
Mark Hawkins
Duni Hebron
Nick Hellyar
Al & Lyn Henson
Hubert Hines
Arva Howard
Andre & Felicia Humphrey
Mrs. Pearl Humphrey
Deidra Jackson
Joseph Jackson
Antoinette "Toni" Jackson
Nathaniel  Jackson

Howard Jefferson 

Charles "CJ" Johnson
Dr. Melanie Johnson
Cherie Jones
Mrs. Ven  Jones
Gary Jones
Ron Julun
Pam Julun
Shelley Kennedy
David & Heather  Koogler
Abiodun Kotun
Tammy Williams Lanier
Dr. Hilton & April LaSalle

Valerie Leverett 

Dr. Angela & Jeff Lewis
Dr. Segio Lira
Dr. Janice Little
Dr. Kedrick Little

Kimberly Littleton 

Ron & Sparkle Lockett
Renee  Logans
Lillie Lopez
Wayne Luckett
James Mitch Marcel

Ramon Manning 

Joaquin Martinez

Kandyace Mayberry

Ramsey McCoy
Dr. Teddy McDavid
Roger McDonald
Gerald McElvy
Che’ McFerrin
Lawrence McQueen
Otto Meyers
Brian Middleton
Don & Tina Middleton*
LeReca Monik
Drs. James & Joi Morrison
Dominique Moseley
Ola  Muhammad
Mike & Kim  Murphy
Attorney Kevin  Murray
Marc Newsome
Kevin  Nguyen
Al & Kim Odom
Aiesha Odutayo
Mike  Ogbebor
Gregory  Pace
Barbara Paige
Councilmember Letitia Plummer
Dr. Zeb & Anna Poindexter
Darius Porter
Jerome Powell
Wendell Prothrow

Sandra Puente


Vanessa T.  Reed
Conchita Reyes
Russell Richard 
Byron Riley
Sean Roberts
Hon. Carroll G.  Robinson
Ken Rodgers
Jeff Ross
Kim Roxie
Lina & Michael Sabouni
Charles Samuel
Vincent Sanders
Dr. Sam Sarabia
Woody & Diane Saylor
Demetrius Seaforth
Dayo & Funto Seton
Efrem & Rhonda Sewell
Ahmed Shaheed
Rev. Murphy Simon
Rhonda Smith
Terry Smith
Bridgette Smith Lawson
Walter Strickland
Michael Studdert
Marcus "Memphis"  Sullivan
Charles Swindell
Susan  Taylor
Mark Thierry
Barbara Thornhill
Chante Tousant
Pamela Ulmer
Melissa Walters
Charles Washington
Jeff & Kethia Webber
Malcolm Wells
Zena Whitworth
Remington  Wiley
Anne Williams
Anson Williams
Darrell Williams
Josh Williams
Jennifer Williams
Joycelyn Williams
Kimberly Williams
James Wilson
Leslie Wilson
Syalisa  Winata
Patrick Winsey
Jeanette Wright

*Previously listed as endorsing another candidate in HD 147 race