San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Honorary Commission Chair
Alan E. Warrick, II, City Council District 2
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.
While working and living in District 2, Alan became a committed leader within the community and assumed leadership roles quickly. Since 2008, he has been a member of the SAGE Planning & Design Committee where he has assisted in awarding over $700,000 in storefront grants to businesses in District 2, focusing on businesses located in the Promise Zone and Choice Neighborhood footprints. Alan has also, championed small, minority and women owned businesses as an active member of the Board of Directors for the Alamo City Chamber of Commerce since 2011, and is currently serving as the 2nd Vice Chairman of the Board. He helped raise over $50,000 for the Alamo Chamber’s golf tournament to further the chamber’s mission and the Chamber’s EPIC Scholars Program. In addition, He has been an active member of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity Inc., a group that actively serves the residents of District 2 through community adopt a spot programs, back to school supply drives and the provision of college scholarships for young people throughout the district and greater San Antonio. Education has also been a focus and a central emphasis of Alan’s community service; He has contributed to District 2 schools through volunteering and mentoring students at Sam Houston High School and Herman Hirsch Elementary School.
As the Councilmember for District 2, Alan will build on the work that Mayor Castro and Mayor Taylor have begun. He will work towards the SA 2020 goals for the district as well as continue the programs that promote Crime Prevention and Public Safety, Infrastructure Improvements, Eastside Revitalization, Economic Development, and Improved Educational Opportunities at every level.
Alan’s vision for District 2 is to enhance economic opportunities, where residents can live, work, and play within a 5 mile radius of their homes. He envisions a District 2 with entertainment and retail outlets, expanded employment opportunities and healthcare services, improved infrastructure and other characteristics of a healthy community. He also envisions a District 2 in which the unemployment rate is comparable to that of the best districts in San Antonio, and a District 2 where his daughter and every child of her generation will have high quality educational and career opportunities that will make them competitive to achieve their aspirations. Alan thanks you for taking the time to learn more about him and his goals for this position and he greatly appreciates all your support.
San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission Chair
Brandon A. Logan, SRG Athletics President
A millennial and native San Antonian that found inspiration at the nexus of business, community, and mentorship, Brandon A. Logan has carved a niche for himself as an entrepreneur, advocate, and speaker on all things diversity and business. As a progressive public servant, Brandon’s leadership efforts, have been recognized by President Barack H. Obama, McDonald’s, United States Marine Corps, Rotary International, Essence Magazine, Upscale Magazine, San Antonio Business Journal, SA2020, Covington Who’s Who Registry, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., United Way, and the San Antonio Magazine.
As President of SRG Athletics, Brandon is responsible for the company’s strategy management, operational production and expansion initiatives. Brandon had a desire to make a greater contribution into the lives of youth, specifically young people of color; so in 2013, he created and co-founded SRG Force Sports, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit established to narrow the opportunity and achievement gap between children in low-income communities and their affluent counterparts through the implementation of high-quality learning based programs that improve their academic & social development by leveraging the sports platform as the attractor.
Brandon has generously and selflessly served the San Antonio community as a member on various boards and/or organizations: the Advisory Board of the Center for Student Professional Development at Grambling State University, Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce, Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, SAISD Foundation, Boysville, Inc., Valero Alamo Bowl, Rotary Club of San Antonio, San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind, Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Foundation, KLRN television station, Student Aid San Antonio, Kingdom For Kids, and United Way’s Emerging Leaders Council.
As the Former Vice-President of the World’s 2nd largest Rotary Club, Brandon was responsible for all community initiatives. Under his leadership, the Rotary Club of San Antonio collected nearly 2,000 books to donate and deliver to every 4th and 5th grade student in need. Also, Brandon led an effort to collect 600 jeans and donated them to a local shelter, Haven For Hope. Furthermore, Brandon organized and led a delegation of 100 Rotarians and guests to participate in a “Day of Service”, designed to allow each participant to shadow a student for the day to learn what it is like to be a student attending a school in the inner city.
Brandon graduated Cum Laude in three years from Grambling State University while dedicating his extracurricular efforts to the football team. Focusing his energy on academics and athletics led Brandon to be named Grambling Football Scholar Athlete of the Year. He was initiated into Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. in 2005 and was later recognized by his fraternity as the Louisiana Scholar of the Year. He is also a Bayou Classic Marines Excellence in Leadership Recipient.
Brandon has devoted and dedicated his life to service, specifically in the areas of youth, education, and the underserved population. For his efforts, Brandon has received several honors and awards: recognized by Essence Magazine as one of the 50 “Baddest Brothers” in America; selected by San Antonio Express-News as one of an elite group of people with the most potential to influence San Antonio and have a huge impact on the Alamo City in 2015; recognized in the VIP section of Covington Who’s Who Registry; and awarded the “Service Above Self” Award from Rotary International for his selfless contributions to his community and beyond, Rotary International’s highest honor for individual Rotarians. He has also been recognized by the San Antonio Business Journal with the 40 under 40 Rising Star Award and is a proud graduate of the Leadership San Antonio Class XXXVI and FBI Citizens Academy Class 17. Most recently Brandon received the highly coveted International Citizen of the Year Award by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., in addition to being recognized by the Grambling University National Alumni Association with the Distinguished Alumni Award.
Brandon is an inspiring and motivating individual, and because of these attributes, he is often asked to speak to youth and young people. Through Brandon’s efforts and volunteerism in 2014, community service organizations received in excess of $350,000, 300 grants, 2,600 tangible goods, and over 1,000 hours of community service.
Mr. Brandon Logan is a model example of how to effectively use a platform of influence to make a difference in the lives of others.
Brandon A. Logan
Dr. Tonja Nelson
Academy of Careers & Technologies
HDRHH Attorneys at Law
District 2 Liaison
City of San Antonio StaffDr. Mike Etienne, Director, EastPoint & Real Estate Services
Office of Councilman Alan E. Warrick, II
Gloria Villela-Santillan, Office of the City Manager
Mark Castro, Office of Sustainability
Dr. Tonja Nelson
Academy of Careers & Technologies
Brandon A. Logan
Javier A. Flores
City of San Antonio
City Year San Antonio
Wreath Laying Ceremony
Harold Moore and Mary Fulton Moore
Dr. Linda Rimer
Dr. Mateen Diop
Aaron Ardoin Foundation
Dr. John Abdo
South Texas Center For Pediatric Care