Garcia, Coleman and Kinder are not going to serve on the transition team, but they'll consult with Parker on who should be on it.
Once those transition team members are named, they'll focus on eight different subjects in the city, such as neighborhood protection, density of buildings, transportation and more, as they work towards inauguration day. We asked the mayor-elect what her priorities are.
"I'm working closely with Mayor White and his staff and with my controller's staff, which is still scheduling me, and then my incoming team, which I'm not ready to announce today," said Parker.
During her press conference, Parker didn't mention the Houston Police Department. When asked about it, she said that that she's going to be hands on in selecting a new chief and currently doesn't have a short list of candidates. HPD Chief Harold Hurtt announced his resignation earlier this week.
Parker also said that the January 4 inauguration will be indoors.
The following are the committees Mayor-elect Parker and her team will establish: