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TFRW Woman of Distinction – January 2020

TFRW Woman of Distinction – January 2020

Kit Whitehill is the founder and current president of the Coppell Republican Women and is the current TFRW First Vice-President. Kit has also served as the TFRW Community Engagement Chair and as the 2017 Convention Chair.  Kit is also a Dallas County Republican Party precinct chairman and served as the Party Secretary for 5 years.  She was recently appointed by Governor Abbott to serve on the Texas Motor Vehicle Crime Prevention Authority.  Kit was a delegate to the 2019 NFRW Convention and...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – December 2019

TFRW Woman of Distinction – December 2019

Karyn Brownlee serves on the Credit Union Commission for the State of Texas, as appointed by Governor Abbott. She spent 18 years in public education, seven as a teacher, and 11 as a campus principal in the highly rated Coppell ISD. Karyn has also worked as a professional leadership communications consultant, speech writer, professional speaker, blogger and voiceover artist.  As a member of the Texas Elementary Principals & Supervisors Association, she was a conference presenter and leadership academy graduate. Karyn served as...
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Have you joined the 10K for 10R Project?

Have you joined the 10K for 10R Project?

Join 10K 4 10R! What is 10K 4 10R you ask? It’s the Republican Party of Texas’ Volunteer Engagement Project’s premier effort to engage 10,000 Republican volunteers who will each be responsible for registering 10 unregistered Republicans. How does it work? The Republican Party of Texas Voter Engagement Project (RPTVEP) staff will provide you with a list of 10 solid Republicans in your locale that are unregistered. If you are a Deputy Voter Registrar, you can go to their home and sign them up on the spot. If you are not...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – October 2019

TFRW Woman of Distinction – October 2019

The Honorable Kathryn (Kay) Ann Bailey Hutcison, a former Senator from Texas; born in Galveston, Tex., July 22, 1943; attended the public schools in La Marque, Tex., graduated, University of Texas at Austin; graduated, University of Texas School of Law 1967; television reporter; member, Texas house of representatives 1972-1976; vice-chair, National Transportation Safety Board 1976-1978; bank executive and general counsel; businesswoman; unsuccessful Republican candidate for election to the House of Representatives 1982; Texas state treasurer 1990-1993; temporary co-chair, Republican National Convention...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – July 2019

TFRW Woman of Distinction – July 2019

Jill Tate is a life-long republican casting her first vote in her kindergarten class for Ronald Reagan in 1980. She volunteered throughout high school for republican candidates and as a college sophomore, she served as a delegate to 1996 Republican National Convention.   While at Baylor, she served as youth coordinator for George Bush for Governor. She has worked for and volunteered on numerous campaigns both locally and nationally and has served as delegate to every Texas GOP Convention since...
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – June 2019

TFRW Woman of Distinction – June 2019

Pam Little has recently been elected to a position on the Texas State School Board, representing District 12. Little attended Texas A&M and earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston. Little’s professional experience includes serving on the Fairview Town Council and working as an educational publishing executive, a community college Instructor, and a business owner. Little has served with Samaritan Inn, Republican Women of Greater North Texas, the Allen-Fairview chamber, Plano Rotary, First United Methodist Finance, the Texas Federation...
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