Beverly is a native of Beaumont, Texas and has been a resident of Houston, Texas since 1990. She holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Prairie View A&M University and a J.D. from South Texas College of Law.
Beverly has been a public servant most of her legal career. As a licensed attorney for 24 years, she began her career helping families navigate probate and guardianship issues and guiding families through bankruptcy proceedings. She discovered her passion for criminal justice when she accepted a position as an Assistant Criminal District Attorney in Polk County. After three years as a Court Chief in Galveston County, she returned to Polk County as First Assistant. In total, Beverly has served as a Prosecutor for 15+ years.
Over the course of her prosecutorial career, Beverly has handled numerous serious cases such as murder, aggravated assault, robbery, child sexual assault amongst a number of other felonies.
As First Assistant, Beverly carries an extensive case load while also managing office operations.
Beverly believes the community no longer has faith, trust or respect for the judiciary. She has a vision to restore the community’s belief in the justice system. Her vision requires a totality of the circumstances approach to rulings and decisions. Every case is unique with different parties and circumstances. The impact on the community is different with every crime. Therefore, every ruling must be unique to address those issues.
As Judge, Beverly’s goal is to tailor rulings and decisions to ensure justice for all parties involved in the case while addressing the needs and concerns of the community.
Beverly is running for Judge of the 208th Criminal District Court. This court requires strong leadership to ensure the community at large is strongly considered while maintaining the rights of the accused. Beverly is running because she is Strong.
Strong in ethics; Strong in temperament; Strong in experience.
Tailored Justice for a Stronger, Safer Community.
Beverly is a wife, a mother of two, a daughter, and a friend of the community.
She is a member of the Texas District and County Attorney’s Association; National Black Prosecutors Association; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Mu Kappa Omega Chapter. She is a member of Jones Memorial United Methodist Church where she serves as a Communion Steward and also sits on the Finance Committee.
- Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT)
- Board of Directors for Children Advocacy Center
- Former collaborator with the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force
- Adjunct Professor at Southwest Professional Institute
- Successful argument before the 9th Court of Appeals
- Former Chief Prosecutor in the 110th and 212th Criminal District Courts
- Former Child Abuse Division Chief
- First Assistant Criminal District Attorney