US-Indian attorney appointed to Texas State Board of Public Accountancy
Himesh Gandhi is a counsel certified in commercial real estate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
FREMONT, California: Indo-American lawyer Himesh Gandhi was appointed by Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas, to the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy. The department oversees the skills and competencies of chartered accountants (CPAs). The Texas State Board of Public Accountancy protects the general public by ensuring that attorneys who have issued CPA certificates have the qualifications, abilities, and skills required to competently serve as a public accountant.
Gandhi is a resident of Sugar Land and an attorney and shareholder of Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey PC. According to the press release from the Texas Governor’s Office, Gandhi’s term expires on January 31, 2025. Gandhi is a board certified in commercial real estate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is also an active member of the State Bar of Texas and the Fort Bend Bar Association. As a practitioner of real estate law, Himesh Gandhi has expertise in commercial real estate and assists his clients in disposals, acquisitions, financing, rentals, capitalization and business creation. For the past two years, Gandhi has been actively involved in community service and served on the Sugar Land City Council as Vice President of the Arc of Fort Bend.
Himesh Gandhi holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Houston Baptist University and a Juris Doctor from South Texas College of Law. He became the youngest member of the city council in 2012 in the history of Sugar Land when he took over the office at the age of 35. He also served as interim mayor. In 2015, Gandhi received the prestigious 40-under-40 award from the Houston Business Journal. He was also named Fort Bend Rising Star in 2011 by the Fort Bend Business Journal.