Born and raised in Houston, Roman benefitted from quality public schools. Roman started work early in life, and after graduation, he enrolled at The University of Houston Downtown, where he won academic and leadership scholarships, and was elected president of the student government.
He graduated from The University of Texas School of Architecture at Austin with a professional Master of Architecture degree, then moved to the Rio Grande Valley to give back to his father’s hometown, Brownsville.
Commissioners of the Texas Railroad Commission are protecting industry, not the public. Let’s change that.