Why Texas should adopt Ranked Choice Voting
Apr 06, 2023
Harriett Wasserstrum
Why Texas should adopt Ranked Choice Voting

Harriet Wasserstrum is Chair of Ranked Choice Voting for Texas, an organization she co-founded in 2019 to advocate for the adoption of this nonpartisan change in voting logistics.

Harriet spent 27 years in banking holding a variety of analytical, relationship management, and operations roles, and ending as Vice Chair, Texas Region, JPMorgan Chase Bank. After retiring from banking, Harriet spent 11 years as President of the Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter of the American Leadership Forum (ALF), a national network dedicated to building stronger communities by joining and strengthening diverse leaders.

Since retiring in 2014, Harriet’s major pro bono activities include starting an ALF Criminal Justice Fellows Program in collaboration with Leadership Memphis in that city and serving as Chair of ALF-National. Harriet has a B.A. in sociology from Barnard College, Columbia University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Inivted by David Redford