Lynn Clouser was fortunate to grow up watching her father unselfishly serve the community and often tagged along with him as he worked tirelessly for the people. Her parents – Judge Joel Clouser, Sr., her mother, Gloria – planted a seed of civic service in her heart that has blossomed throughout her life. Lynn is proud to raise her two children, Marshall (15) and Lauryn (9), in Missouri City, where they, too, volunteer on a regular basis in order to continue the Clouser legacy of leadership.
Lynn has lived most of her life in Missouri City, growing up in Chasewood and attending Fort Bend elementary and middle schools, before graduating from the High School for Health Professions and then obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Media Arts from Hampton University in Virginia. Lynn has worked in sales and marketing for more than 25 years, primarily in pharmaceuticals. She joined Hope for Three in 2019, a local non-profit autism organization in Fort Bend County, as their Development Director after serving as a member of their Board of Directors for two years.
Lynn’s desire to be the next Missouri City City Council Member At-Large, Position #2 comes from a place of passion and purpose. She will be accessible to all citizens, attend HOA meetings, community events, and host regular Town Hall meetings. Her leadership will be inclusive of all generations, ethnicities, abilities, and socioeconomic backgrounds in representing our city that is vastly diverse.
“The quality of your life will be determined by the quality of your contribution.
When you work to improve the lives of others, your life improves automatically.”