Ann M. Horton
Councilmember, Single Member District 4
June 2007 - Present
Ann Horton is a Bryan native who grew up in Single Member District 4 and graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School in 1970. Ann graduated from Texas A&M University in 1990, where she majored in English and minored in urban and regional planning. She worked for 17 years as a research associate for the Texas Transportation Institute.
In addition to representing Bryan's single member district 4, Ann serves as the Mayor Pro Tem. She is a member of the B/CS Chamber of Commerce Transportation Committee, B/CS Metropolitan Planning Organization Board, and the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #19 (State Representative Fred Brown appointee). Ann chairs the City of Bryan Audit Committee and the Intergovernmental Committee.
Councilmember Horton has been an active participant in the National League of Cities (NLC), the nationís oldest and largest organization representing municipal government. She has attended NLC sponsored Leadership Academies and presented at both state and national conferences.
Ann and her husband, Robert, own RLH Custom Homes and manage rental property. They also founded a non-profit organization in 2004 that has recently completed a new orphanage in El Salvador.