Community Leader Kristin Stevens Announces Campaign for Round Rock City Council, Place 5

ROUND ROCK, TX – Today, Kristin Stevens announced her campaign for Round Rock City Council, Place 5. Incumbent Place 5 Councilmember Writ Baese announced yesterday that he would not be seeking a third term in office.

“Today, after prayerful consideration with my family, I’m proud to announce my candidacy for Round Rock City Council,” said Stevens. “Round Rock holds a special place in my heart…it’s the community that raised me and made me what I am today. I want to serve as your Councilmember out of an abiding sense of public service and a commitment to making sure Round Rock remains a great place to raise a family and build a career for generations to come, just as it has been for myself and my family.”

A lifelong resident of Round Rock, Kristin Stevens attended RRISD schools and graduated from Round Rock High School in 1994. Her father, Charlie Culpepper, served as Mayor of Round Rock from 1993-1999. Culpepper was recently recognized as a 2020 “Local Legend” by the City of Round Rock.

Kristin continues her father’s legacy of service to the Round Rock community as a Commissioner on the Round Rock Planning and Zoning Commission, a two-term member of the City of Round Rock Charter Review Commission, and the current Board Chair of the CHASCO Family YMCA, where she was named “Volunteer of the Year” in 2019. Kristin is also a member of the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce, the Professional Women of Williamson County, Secretary of the Round Rock Women’s Club, Vice-President of the Round Rock Young Men’s Service League, and a former mentor in the Ascend Emerging Leaders Program.

Today, Kristin works in the healthcare field as Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist at Dell Children’s Rehabilitation Center at Cedar Park, where she helps children learn to overcome speech disorders and communicate effectively with the outside world. Kristin earned her B.S. in Communication Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from UT-Dallas.

Kristin and her husband of 20 years, Sean, live in the Hidden Glen neighborhood with three sons: Cade, Parker, and Zack. They attend St. Williams Catholic Church.