Bring the Town Hall to the People",
"Bring Caring Corporate Citizens to the Town", and
"Put Technology to Work.
Sandeep Sharma has lived in Flower Mound since 2001, and in Texas close to 20 years. He chose to settle down in Flower Mound due to its
uniqueness and quality of life.
Sandeep has served on Town’s Charter Review Commission and Planning & Zoning Commission between 2013 and 2016. He supports and is a member of the Flower Mound Chamber of Commerce.
Sandeep's profesisonal experience includes providing consulting services to local municipalities, State and Federal agencies for assessment, building roadmaps, blueprints and making strategic recommendations.
His "Quest to Excel" motto inspires Sandeep to fulfill the Town’s vision and to work towards steering Flower Mound in a strategic direction.
With a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Sandeep follows the principle of "maintaining the right balance between the idealistic and practical approach" in his role as CEO of The Evolvers Group. Sandeep’s experience also includes working at Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Sprint, AT&T (formally SBC Communications), Lockheed Martin, and US EPA.
"Bring the Town Hall to the People":
I will engage and listen to Flower Mound’s residents, businesses, visitors and employees before making decisions.
Having served on the Town’s Charter Review Commission and Planning & Zoning Commission, I understand the value of listening to the stakeholders, rather than relying on personal opinions, when it comes to making the right decisions to benefit the community.
Most people do not get to the Town Hall or follow the Council meeting agenda until it is too late, and these are the people who make this town a great place to live. Therefore, it is important to engage the community and bring the Town Hall to them.
"Bring Caring Corporate Citizens to the Town":
We have to help in the sustainability and prosperity of the numerous existing, planned and upcoming retail businesses and restaurants, the small offices for professional practices and other similar establishments.
We have to bring caring corporate citizens to the Town.
We have to be very smart, creative and innovative.
We can use our invaluable assets – available land, financial strength, location, residents and employees – to make it happen.
"Put Technology to Work":
Having the right information available at the right time shortens response times and drives better decision making.
We have to make Town operations more enterprise-driven; for example, by connecting the departmental dots, Town can easily and quickly fine tune regulations, improve the allocation of scarce resources, and forecast future needs.
An ultimate objective will be to enable the Town to anticipate and react to safety issues quickly, deploy resources effectively, be proactive with Town planning and interpret the information in its possession, from social media, from network enabled devices/sensors (Internet of Things) and other streaming sources such as Body Cams, accurately for the benefit of residents, businesses, visitors, and Town employees.
February 14, 2017 - Flower Mound — Senior Housing | Engage Our Citizens and Find a Solution
February 08, 2017 - Flower Mound — Many of you know that I have announced my candidacy for Flower Mound Town Council (Place 3) to “Bring the Town Hall to the People”, “Bring Caring Corporate Citizens to the Town”, and “Put Technology to Work”.
JANUARY 26, 2017 - Flower Mound — Town Council candidate, Sandeep Sharma, announced his candidacy with a pledge to engage and listen to Flower Mound’s residents, businesses, visitors and employees regarding Town Council decisions.
You can contact Sandeep over phone or drop him an email.
You can send him your suggestions by using the form below.