Ms. Anne Clutterbuck is an attorney and former elected official who served on Houston City Council for three terms from 2006 through 2011, when she was term limited. While on City Council, Ms. Clutterbuck served as chair of the Budget and Fiscal Affairs Committee and as Mayor Pro Tem. She represented the City of Houston as a director of the Houston Galveston Area Council, where she was the vice chair of the Budget Committee and the Legislative Affairs Committee, and chair of the Audit Committee.
Prior to elective office, Ms. Clutterbuck worked as district director and legislative assistant for former U.S. Congressman Bill Archer. She was an associate at the Law Firm of Morris, Tinsley & Snowden, and a former part owner of a Houston small business. In 2012, she was honored by the League of Women Voters, Houston Chapter, as a “Political Pioneer” for her collaborative leadership style.
Ms. Clutterbuck is a trustee on the Holocaust Museum Houston Board and the Upper Kirby District Foundation Board. She is on the Advisory Committee of the Theatre Under the Stars Board. She was nominated to the Harris Health System Board of Managers by Harris County Judge Ed Emmett in December 2012.
Ms. Clutterbuck received her undergraduate degree from Baylor University and her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. She and her husband, John Clutterbuck, have two children: Caroline, a sophomore in college, and William, a junior in high school.