Meet Mayrani

As a Terrell City Councilwoman, Mayrani has been the driving force for equity in District 3 and throughout Terrell. She believes all members of her community deserve a good quality of life and should feel proud of where they live. Mayrani is committed to advocating for her community by meeting and listening to residents where they are, placing their current and future needs first, and making city government work for them.

Mayrani was raised in Terrell, District 3 in a home that valued education and hard work. She is a proud graduate of Terrell ISD, Trinity Valley Community College (TVCC), and The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). Mayrani earned a Master’s in Business Administration from Texas A&M – Commerce. After graduating from UTD, Mayrani went to work for Kaufman County Child Protective Services (CPS), where she advocated for some of our most vulnerable children and families. During this time, she asked hard questions, created family and CPS partnerships, secured needed resources, and stood up for the best interest of the children and families. Mayrani transitioned from CPS to Children’s Health, Behavioral Health department where she works to make life better for the children and families of North Texas. Mayrani currently lives in District 3 and spends time with her family, friends, and pet dog, Oreo. In her free time, she enjoys visiting and supporting local businesses in District 3. 

For over a decade, Mayrani has been highly involved in her community. She served on the City of Terrell Park Board as Vice-Chair, making recommendations for the improvement, expansion, and use of all existing parks. During her role as a Terrell Park Board member she pushed for the creation of the Park and Downtown Improvement Corporation (PADIC) board to receive funding for capital projects for all city parks. Now, she serves as a PADIC board member. She championed the 2016 TISD Bond election which resulted in increased access to early education, improved new facilities, and STEAM labs. She has volunteered for Meals On Wheels and supported our Terrell Senior Center. She has dedicated many years to supporting youth through advisory, mentorship, and speaking engagements. While at UTD she founded Sigma Lambda Gamma, an organization to empower women, which she also carried over to the University of North Texas at Dallas. She also serves on the 2020 Kaufman County Census Count Committee. In June 2019, Mayrani was unanimously appointed to serve on the Terrell City Council.

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