Get to Know Sadaf Haq... Frisco's Next City Councilmember!

Sadaf has been volunteering actively in the Frisco community since she arrived in 2015. She currently is serving her second term on and is the chair of the City of Frisco Social Services and Housing Board; she also chairs the Frisco 2020 Census Complete Count Committee. Sadaf was appointed by Mayor Jeff Cheney to the city's first Inclusion Committee. She also serves on the Frisco Education Foundation Advisory Board and the Frisco ISD Student Health Advisory Committee. Sadaf is a graduate of Frisco PD's Citizens Police Academy, and Leadership Frisco Class XXII, and currently sits on the Leadership Frisco Advisory Council. Sadaf is a member of all 65 FISD PTA chapters, a Platinum Supporter of Frisco Police Officers Association, a member of Frisco Women's League, a member of the Frisco Interfaith Alliance, serves on the Texas Healthcare Advisory Council and the Texas Health Resources Community Impact Council for Collin County. The Haqs' medical practice is a member of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce.

The Quick Bio

Born in New York State and raised next to Fort Drum Army Base, where her mother was a civilian doctor on base, Sadaf Haq attended public schools before getting a Bachelors in biology and a Masters in Public Health from SUNY-Albany. She went on to work in public health for the State of New York, Humana, Inc. and the University of Miami, and has been published twice in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. With husband Dr. Adeel Haq, she co-founded a medical practice in Frisco, and they are raising three daughters.


This is not a complete list of Sadaf's community service roles; please click the link below to learn more.

Dive Deeper... and Hear from Sadaf in this Bio Video!

Sadaf talks about why she's running for Frisco City Council, what she stands for, and what kind of leadership you can and should expect at City Hall.