Thank you for visiting the online office of Bexar County Commissioner Rebeca Clay-Flores, Precinct 1. Commissioner Clay-Flores previously worked for the City of San Antonio for six years. Since January 1, 2021, she has served as Bexar County Commissioner, where she has focused on fighting for much needed resources.
Previously, Commissioner Clay-Flores spent 15 years serving in education and nonprofits, from teaching fifth grade and GED/ESL in San Antonio to starting a small educational nonprofit. She has also taught English in Tampico, Mexico at the state university, and worked at a small private university in Tennessee where she recruited college students to take a year off as community service volunteers. She taught them fundraising for their trips, how to immerse themselves in other cultures, and how to be servant leaders. Commissioner Clay-Flores placed on average 75 students in 36 different countries and would continue to work with them via social media and on occasion, conduct international site visits.
Learn more about Commissioner Rebeca Clay-Flores.