Virginia Rosas has lived in Stafford for 40 years. She and her husband, Antonio, have 2 children Rebecca and Julian, both of whom are Stafford MSD graduates. In addition, son-in-law, Roman Montoya, grandson, Tristan, and granddaughter Rachel.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from the University of St. Thomas and an Associates of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Houston Community College. She graduated Valedictorian of the Wharton County Jr. College Police Academy in 1990 having served Fort Bend County as a Reserve Deputy with Precinct 3 from 1990-2016. She retired with a Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Police Instructor License and Texas Peace Officer Master Certification.
She retired after 34 years having served in the Fort Bend County Courts System as a Court Coordinator for both County Court at Law and Justice of the Peace. Through the Texas Association of Court Administration, she received certifications in Trial Court Coordination, Trial Court Management, and Trial Court Administration and ultimately retired with a Master Justice Court Clerk Certification from the Texas Justice Court Training Center.
She has been active in leadership in Fort Bend County and the Stafford community having served on the Fort Bend County Grand Jury in 2011; Fort Bend Chamber Leadership Graduate 2018; Planning & Zoning Commission from 2006 to 2015 and was reappointed in November 2022. Additionally, she has served the Stafford community as follows: 2015 and 2022 Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee; Fort Bend County Election Alternate Judge and Clerk; Stafford City-Wide Pride Cleanup Volunteer; Stafford MSD Education Foundation Director from 2009-2015; recognized by the Fort Bend Star as Civil Servant of the Week in 2015; Stafford MSD Long Range Facilities Planning Group & Strategic Planning Group (Vision & Task Force Committee); Stafford MSD Cultural Inclusion Diversity Committee (2018); She also served as a School Board Trustee for Stafford MSD School from 2009-2015 (served as Vice-President 2013-2014 and Secretary 2010-2011 & 2014-2015) and Stafford City Council Member from 2015-2022 before being re-elected in 2023 (served as Mayor Pro Tem (2018-2019).
Term expires: May 2024