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Carlos Flores was recently elected to District 2 of the Fort Worth City Council. Mr. Flores is a 3rd generation Fort Worth native with deep roots in the community. He is a lifelong member of All Saints Catholic Church and is a member of its Home & School Oganization and Dad's Club. Mr. Flores is a graduate of Nolan Cahtolic High School and upon graduation, attended the Univerity of Texas at Austin. Mr. Flores completed his studies at the University of Texas at Arlington majoring in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Fine Arts. He is a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astonautics(AIAA) and the Society of Flight Test Engineers(SFTE). Carlos worked as a Project Engineer and as a Design Engineer for Raytheon on the C-130 and P-3 Programs. Also, at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company in Fort Worth as a Senior Engineer performing stress analysis, flight and ground test support for the F-16 and F-35 Fighter Programs. Currently, he works at Parker-Hannifin Aerospace in prototype design and testing. Mr. Flores is a civic-minded individual and has been engaged on diverse fronts devoting time and energy to public service for the betterment of his communicty in particular and the City of Fort Worth in general. He represented District 2 as Chairperson on the City's Zoning Commission and Chairman of the Building Standards Commisision. Mr. Flores also served on the Stockyards Redevelopment Task Force, the City Charter Review Committee, The Kimbell Art Museum Host Committee, The Crime Control And Prevention District, and as Board Member of the Artes de la Rosa. As a former President of the Northside Neighborhood Association, Mr. Flores remains committed to providing a vital voice, leadership and fellowship to the residents of his community. Carlos, his wife and two children along with an extended family call the Northside Home. In his spare time, he enjoys activities with his kids and working on the family ranch raising cattle.
2741 Hemphill St
The United Hispanic Council (UHC) of Tarrant County proudly supports and finances many youth program events annually