The State of Fort Bend’s Healthcare

  As we go to press with this issue of Fort Bend CEO, the first case of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been “presumptive positive” in Fort Bend.  While this is alarming as a public health issue, the question arises: How is a diagnosis of COVID-19 in our community going to affect us and...

Primary Colors

  As we move into 2020, parts of Fort Bend will have already participated in a Republican runoff for House District 28, the seat held by Republication Dr. John Zerwas since 2007. The winner of this runoff – Gary Gates or Schell Hammel – will face off with Democratic candidate Elizabeth Markowitz in...

The Season of Thankfulness

The holidays always bring me a sense of thankfulness. Yes, I’m always thankful for my family, my freedom, my friends and the many opportunities and blessings that God has afforded me, but this time of year, my spirit is more humble, and my gratitude for life more top of mind. Perhaps it’s all those...

People and Politics

  As we finish up third quarter, business is looking good in the Bend. In this issue, we celebrate some major milestones in our community from the one millionth fan in the seventh ranked entertainment venue in the world when it comes to ticket sales to a city ma- nager receiving a national award for...

Fort Bend’s Future

In this issue, we focus on the future of Fort Bend. First up, Sugar Land. With the inclusion of two business leaders, Naushad Kermally and Stewart Jacobson, to Sugar Land City Council, these new kids on the block bring a wealth of community involvement and leadership to the city’s governing board. We live...

Next Steps

This issue is all about what we do after what we did. For Fort Bend Community CEO Dee Koch, it is all about engagement here and abroad.  We also talk to Fort Bend ISD Communications expert Veronica Sopher about ways to engage inside of our school district and in our children’s school. For the Fort Bend...

Unique Views From An Ever-Changing County

Our goal each issue is to provide unique views and information – stories you may not often see. This issue is no different as we highlight an emerging leader in Malisha Patel, Senior Vice President and CEO of Memorial Herman Sugar Land and Memorial Herman Southwest. Look for Malisha to do even more great...

Politics and Presidents

  It’s been an interesting and revealing few weeks in Fort Bend.  As a community, we have experienced several milestone moments, ones that will not only be prominent footnotes in history, but ones that will be instrumental in shaping our future. While we have seen much change politically in our...

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