Alan Warrick II, a native of San Antonio, was baptized at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and grew up in his parent’s home on Burleson Street in Dignowity Hill, and with his Grandparents on Chateau Street in Willowwood. His parents were one of the first families to restore a home in Dignowity Hill in the early 1980’s and his grandparents on both sides of the family, made up the bedrock of Eastside San Antonio. Their service and pride in their community instilled the deep love he has for District 2. That’s why he renovated and moved into his current home on Chateau, surrounded by family and friends; and demonstrating his commitment to the community and service. He has many connections to service in the community and politics in the District. His family has been continually active within District 2 for many years. His grandfather, Joseph A. Scott Jr., was a key business owner and political figure for over 40 years. He assisted candidates in many winning elections and also ran for the State Legislature in the 1970’s. His father, Alan E. Warrick, served as a Municipal Court Judge for the City of San Antonio from 1982 to 1989; and his mother, Dr. Cynthia Warrick, was elected and served on the Board of Trustees of the Alamo Colleges from 1986 through 1989. She also owned and operated a pharmacy in the East San Antonio Medical Center. He is proud of his family and the contributions that they made to the community and now it is time for Alan to take a larger role in the growth and future of District 2.
After graduating from Florida A&M University with a degree in architecture, he returned home to work under his grandfather in the company Mr. Scott started more than 30 years ago. In 2008, Alan became the CEO of World Technical Services, Inc. (WTS), WTS is a nonprofit organization that provides meaningful employment and training for individuals with disabilities throughout the state of Texas. Individuals with disabilities have much higher levels of unemployment than the non-disabled population; and WTS is a solution for so many people who need a genuine opportunity to succeed. Alan can relate this mission to the work that is needed to advocate and create more opportunities for employment and economic development for the residents of District 2.
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