Meet Greg Travis

Greg_photo.jpgGreg Travis, City Council - District G candidate, possesses the unique qualities Houstonians deserve in a City Council Member - integrity, vision, leadership, and independence.  He is a bold thinker and natural leader who will be a part of solutions our city needs.

Greg believes that city government should serve as a strong but quiet force, empowering citizens to raise our families, perform our jobs, and enjoy our lives. He feels that city government and city services should be open and accessible to the entire community, that city services should be performed in the most efficient and effective manner possible, and that citizens should receive the greatest value for our tax dollars.  Greg firmly believes that a Houston City Council Member is first and foremost a public servant and must have respect for, and responsibility to, the citizens of Houston.

Greg is a long-time District G resident and property owner and also maintains his law office in the district. Greg has lived in Houston since his graduation from the University of Texas School of Law, where he was Notes Editor for the Texas Law Review. Greg is an accomplished attorney with Hoover Slovacek, LLP and has earned a reputation as an intelligent, diligent and creative advocate for his clients, never having lost a trial in his 25 years of practice.  Greg will put these qualities, as well as the jet pilot training he received as a United States Air Force officer, to work effectively representing the citizens of District G.

Greg is a respected west Houston business owner. He owned and operated his law practice for fifteen years in Houston before merging with Hoover Slovacek. He holds undergraduate degrees from Westminister College in Business and Philosophy with a concentration in Economics. Greg understands budgets, financial statements, and fiscal reports and will use these skills to ensure that taxes do not rise as services are provided.

Active in our community, Greg used his legal training and business acumen when he taught Business Law at Houston Community College. He has been a member of Justice for All, a group dedicated to criminal justice reform, served as its Membership Director and also served on its Board of Directors alongside our current Governor, Greg Abbott.  Greg has served as an instructor and coach for Depelchin Children’s Center and volunteers for Chain Reaction Ministries which provides bicycles for those who need them. Greg is a member of Mensa, Gulf Coast Mensa and St. Luke's United Methodist Church.