City Hall Office
P.O. Box 839966
San Antonio, TX 78283
Office Line: 210.207.7065
Fax Line: 210.207.8760
8373 Culebra Road, Suite 202
San Antonio, TX 78251
Field Office Line: 210.207.3749
Melissa Cabello Havrda is a proud native of San Antonio from District 6. She is a practicing attorney who received her B.A. in political science from St. Mary’s University, a Juris Doctorate from St. Mary’s University School of Law and an MBA from UTSA.
While working on obtaining her degrees, Melissa served her beloved San Antonio by working as a special assistant to former Mayor Ed Garza. She went on to serve as project coordinator to Mayor Emeritus Lila Cockrell and former Councilwoman Bonnie Conner at the San Antonio Parks Foundation. In continuing her dedication to her community, Melissa joined Heard & Smith LLP in 2008 representing disabled clients. Melissa is now a small business owner, operating Casner and Cabello Havrda. In addition to practicing family and probate law, she continues to serve the disabled.
Actively engaged in her community, Melissa is a proud graduate of the inaugural Latina Leadership Institute through the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and serves on the SAHCC’s Government Affairs and Business and Economic Development committees. Melissa is an alumna of Leadership San Antonio Class of 41. Melissa recently served on the board of the Magik Children’s Theatre, the board of Community Housing Resource Partners, advisory board of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, the community advisory committee of UTHSC’s Pepper Center for Aging, and the MoveTexas board. Melissa has also taught Business Law and Criminal Court Systems at Northwest Vista Community College.
Melissa is married to Jason Havrda and they are the proud parents of three young children. Jason is an Academic Dean with NISD. They are both members of St. Dominic’s Catholic Church.
Melissa was elected to the position of District 6 Councilwoman on June 8, 2019.
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