Dan Jaworski has thrown his hat into the ring on the May 6, 2017 ballot for Highland Village City Council, Place 7.
No stranger to the campaign trail, Jaworski was runner up in a three-way race last May for the unexpired Place 4 term of Councilman Patrick Coon.
“Over the last several months, I’ve received a tremendous amount of encouragement from friends, family, neighbors and city leaders to run for the seat being vacated by Councilman Bill Meek. In fact, Mr. Meek has been one of the most ardent of supporters of my candidacy. So, after much prayer and reflection, I am announcing my candidacy for Highland Village City Council. I look forward to sharing my deep commitment to service and love for this city,” said Jaworski in a press release.
Jaworski is on the Highland Village Planning and Zoning Commission where he has served for the past 2 ½ years. He has also served on the Zoning Board of Adjustment for one year and served as vice chairman on the city’s Fire Department Service Level Task Force in 2015 and 2016. Jaworski also served eight years in the United States Navy as a linguist and intelligence analyst.
Jaworski is a graduate of Marcus High School. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration as well as a Master’s degree in Strategic Leadership. He currently leads the cyber security patch management team for Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
“As someone who grew up in Highland Village during the late 1970s and 80s, I benefited from the close-knit community that Highland Village has always been. As a member of the city council, my first priority will always be to make sure our city is always the great place to live, work, and play that has always been,” said Jaworski.
Jaworski and his wife Gretchen, have been married for twelve years and have two children attending Highland Village Elementary, the same school Jaworski attended the first year it was open, in 1982. They also have a 22 year old son serving in the U.S. Navy. The Jaworskis attend St. Mark’s Catholic Church in Argyle.