Geré Feltus ’01 was elected to the McKinney (Texas) City Council District 3 in May 2021, the first African American woman elected to the council. She is a board-certified family physician and has been Medical Director of the Mesquite Employee Health Center and Supervising Physician for the Mesquite Community Health Center since 2011. She has partnered with local churches to develop programs that target the prevention of cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, and mental health disorders. An active and enthusiastic citizen of McKinney, she has served on the boards of the McKinney Economic Development Corporation, the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County, the Advisory Council to Chief of Police Greg Conley of McKinney, and the Collin College Law Enforcement Academy Advisory Board. She mentors middle and high school students through Citychurch McKinney and is an alumna of Leadership McKinney 2020. A resident of McKinney since 2011, Geré has two daughters, Ryleigh, 13, and Zoe, 11.
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