As one of the African American candidates in the Tuesday, November 5, 2019 race for mayor of Houston, Dr. Kendall L. Baker believes that now is the time for a change at Houston’s City Hall. And he furthermore believes that he was born to be a public servant. That’s why he’s dedicated more than 29-years of his adult life to serving the public. That’s right, Dr. Baker has 29-years of experience in the public service sector working for the City of Houston. In case you don’t know, Dr. Kendall L. Baker worked as a Division Manager for the Administration and Regulatory Affairs Department, Operations Division, 311 Help, and Information Center. While working for the City of Houston, Dr. Baker served as a versatile professional with broad experience including management and staff development, possessing an unmatched knowledge of contact center operations.
OVER 29-YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
During his tenure with the City of Houston, he worked in various management capacities in other departments including the Office of the Mayor, Public Works & Engineering Department (PWE)- PWE – Consumer Affairs Division, PWE – Utility Operations Center and the then General Services Department – 911 Emergency Network. In case you don’t know, while working for the City of Houston, Dr. Baker was considered by many as “the voice of the City” because of the many illustrious voice-over jobs he performed for the City whenever called upon by the Houston Information Technology Services or (HITS} Department.
Dr. Baker ran unsuccessfully for Houston City Council District F back in 2015, and for State Representative for House District 137 back in 2016.