Susan Fletcher, Commissioner - Precinct 1


Susan Fletcher serves as Collin County Commissioner for Precinct 1, elected in November 2014, to fulfill an unexpired term, and was re-elected in 2016. She represents approximately 250,000 constituents, covering Frisco, Prosper, Celina, Northwest McKinney and Northwest Plano, along with the surrounding unincorporated areas. Commissioner Fletcher married her husband, Brian, in 1993, moved to Collin County in 1996, and they have one adult son in college. With her professional background and training in commercial interior construction & design, Commissioner Fletcher has worked for both corporate institutions in the banking and software industry. In her spare time, she enjoys SCUBA diving, international travel, writing, photography, fishing, shooting and outdoor sports.

Commissioner Fletcher is committed to supporting transportation infrastructure, strengthening public safety and keeping your county tax rate low. She has consistently stood for transparency, efficiency and accountability at all levels of government. She believes that integrity, diplomacy and sincerity are among the most important characteristics in any elected official. In addition, Commissioner Fletcher realizes that she works for you, the taxpayers, and her door remains open to all constituents, in order to hear their thoughts and concerns about county governance.

Community Service

Commissioner Fletcher has served as a gubernatorial appointee, under Governor Rick Perry, on the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy (TSBPA) from 2013-2019; and appointed in 2019 by Governor Greg Abbott to serve on the Texas County & District Retirement System (TCDRS). In 2018, she was appointed to the University of North Texas Master Planning Committee, helping design and plan the new Frisco campus. Commissioner Fletcher has worked to raise awareness and help find America’s missing children, having participated in the Fireball Run, a cross-country 8-day, 2,000 mile road rally, distributing thousands of flyers and raising awareness while being filmed as a series for Amazon Prime (Seasons 9, 10 and 11.)

Prior to serving on the Commissioners Court, Commissioner Fletcher served on the Collin County Healthcare Foundation Advisory Board from 2008-2014, which advises the Commissioners Court on state-mandated indigent healthcare. She also served as part of the Election Ballot Board from 2008-2013, helping to ensure ballot and election integrity. Commissioner Fletcher has also been instrumental in raising funds for several local organizations such as America’s Defenders (supporting the law enforcement and military veteran communities,) as well as internationally, supporting the construction of an Underground Wartime Emergency Room at Assaf Harofeh Medical Center near Tel Aviv, Israel, visiting the project site in 2012. She is an active member of Frisco Bible Church, and has served on the missions board as well as the international travel coordinator for All the Difference radio ministry, planning trips to Israel, Jordan, Greece, Turkey and Rome. Her short-term mission work has taken her to Uganda, Nigeria (2x), Indonesia (2x) and Russia, partnering with local outreach operations and mission organizations.

Professional Affiliations, Clubs & Associations

  • Commissioners Court representative to the Conference of Urban Counties Policy Committee & Public Power Pool Committee, as well as several TIRZ boards within Precinct 1
  • Commissioners Court appointee for the Collin County Investment Committee
  • Frisco Association for the Arts Member & Contributor
  • Life Member of the NRA, and fierce Constitutional Rights advocate
  • RNC National Convention Delegate (2012 - Tampa), Delegate #1, Congressional District 3
  • 2012 & 2014 RPT State Platform Committee Member, Senate District 8
  • 2014 Chair of the Education Sub-Committee, RPT State Platform Committee
  • Co-Chair for the 2016 & 2017 Annual CCGOP Lincoln Day Dinner
  • 2-term Past-President of Golden Corridor Republican Women (2011-2012)
  • Texans for Freedom and Liberty – Past Steering Committee and Founding Member
  • Texas representative to the Faith & Freedom Coalition Road to Majority Washington D.C. (2013-2014)
  • Past PTA Board Member and “Reflections” Chair for FISD
  • Co-founder of the Denton Christian Coalition in 1994


  • 2010 – Nominated by Congressman Sam Johnson to attend RNC Women’s Leadership Summit
  • 2012 – Texas Federation of Republican Women / Golden Corridor Republican Women – Tribute to Women Award
  • 2013 – Love Life Foundation honoree, for outstanding volunteer service 2013 – Recognized as an Outstanding Citizen of Texas House District 33 by State Representative Scott Turner
  • 2016 – Recipient of the Golden Corridor Republican Women’s “White Hat” Award, for courageous leadership.
  • 2017 – Recognized for International Diplomacy & Statesmanship, as an Honorary Board Member of TURANT – Turkish American Association of North Texas
  • 1989 Bachelor of Fine Arts - University of North Texas in DentonMajor: Commercial Interior Design Minor: Industrial Technology
  • 2016 Graduate of Texas A&M VG Young Commissioners Court Leadership Academy, Class VI
  • 2018 Graduate of the Texas Association of Counties Leadership 254, Class I ​