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Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network » Archive for August 2010

August Alumni Spotlight: Martha J. Wong, Ed. D.

August Alumni Spotlight: Martha J. Wong, Ed. D.

Dr. Martha J. Wong, a native Houstonian, is a third generation Chinese American and the first Asian American elected to the Houston City Council. Her history making election occurred on December 4, 1993, when she captured 62 percent of the votes in a run-off for the District C seat. She was reelected two more times by overwhelming percentages.  In 2002 Martha made history again by beating a 22 year incumbent to become the first Asian … Read entire article »

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