Jenniffer Chiang credits her family, friends and deep Christian faith for her life in public service. Chiang, a Republican, is a Fort Bend County, Texas Municipal Court Associate Judge. The Chinese American and fifth generation Texan owns a law firm specializing in business law, energy and natural resources, estate planning, probate and real estate.
During her legal career, the Sugar Land City Council unanimously appointed Chiang to an associate municipal court judgeship in 2015. On the bench, Chiang has presided over many trials. In 2015, Governor Gregg Abbott appointed Chiang to also serve on the Governor’s Commission for Women.
Chiang has lived in Fort Bend County all her life. She graduated with a MBA and Bachelors in Business Administration from the University of Houston Law Center. Chiang has a law degree from the University of Houston Law Center.
After losing the March primary race for Judge of Fort Bend County Court at Law No. 3, Chiang says she plan to sell her law firm and focus on her family. She remains hopeful and continues to practice law.
“Just because I wasn’t re-elected, that doesn’t mean God has a different plan for me,” Chiang said.
Chiang and her husband, a U.S. Army veteran and their son live in Sugar Land. Chiang is a member of Chinese Baptist Church in Houston, Texas.