Susan Fletcher serves as Collin County Commissioner for Precinct 1, representing West Plano, Frisco, Prosper, Celina and Northwest McKinney on the Commissioners Court. Married for 23 years, Susan and her husband, Brian,
are 20-year residents of Frisco along with their 18-year old son, Patrick. She has a professional background in commercial interior construction where she has worked for both corporate institutions in the banking and software industry as well as freelance as an independent contractor.
Susan is a fierce advocate for our 2nd Amendment, is a member of the National Rifle Association and holds a Concealed Handgun License.
Professional Affiliations, Clubs & Associations
RNC National Convention Delegate (2012), RPT State & Senatorial Convention Delegate
2012 & 2014 Republican Party of Texas State Platform Committee
2014 Chairman of the Education Sub-Committee, RPT State Platform Committee
2012 Collin County GOP Nominations Committee
2-term Past President of Golden Corridor Republican Women (2011-2012)
Texans for Freedom and Liberty - Steering Committee
Texas’ representative for Faith & Freedom Coalition in Washington D.C. (2013-2014)
Associate member of multiple Republican Clubs and Tea Parties of Texas (TPOT)
Co-founder of the Denton Christian Coalition in 1994
Susan has served in various leadership roles in her community. She currently serves on the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy which regulates the state’s CPA industry, appointed by Governor Rick Perry. She also serves as a board member for Keep Celina Beautiful and Activism for Empowerment, bringing awareness and working with law enforcement to stop sex trafficking. Prior to serving on the Commissioners Court, Susan served as the Chairman of the Collin County Healthcare Foundation Advisory Board, which advises the Commissioners Court on state-mandated indigent healthcare. Susan has also been instrumental in raising funds for 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.
2012 – Texas Federation of Republican Women / Golden Corridor Republican Women – Tribute to Women Award
2013 – Honored by the Love Life Foundation for outstanding volunteer service at their Women in Service Banquet
2013 – Recognized as an Outstanding Citizen of Texas House District 33 by State Representative Scott Turner
A native of Sherman and Grayson County, Susan received her Bachelor's Degree in Commercial Interior Design and Industrial Technology from the University of North Texas in Denton.