Woman of Distinction – May 2024
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The honorable Judge Angela Williams serves as Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 of Williamson County, Texas. Born and raised in Texas, Judge Williams embraced the values of hard work, community, and resilience that helped shape her Texan identity. She and her husband, Gene Williams, have owned and operated a family business for the last 30 years. In 2015 she fell in love with the political process and began her journey within the Republican Party. Understanding the ability to influence voters ..read more
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Women of Distinction – April 2024
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Louri has been a Republican voter since she was 18 years old and has voted in every election since. She is currently the Office Administrator for Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW). Louri’s career started as an educator in both public and private schools. She received a Master’s in Education Administration while teaching. She worked for the Texas Association of Realtors in the Governmental Affairs section and then went to work for TFRW when Jan Kennady was President. It was her ..read more
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Woman of Distinction – March 2024
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Laura Koerner is a wife, mother of twins, project manager, engineer, Mayor Pro Tem, and Chairwoman for the Texas Veterans Commission. She served in the United States Navy as a Surface Warfare (Nuclear) Officer onboard USS MAHAN (DDG 72) as the Tomahawk Strike Officer and onboard USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65) in the Ship’s Damage Control/Fire Department and as a Reactor Watch Officer. Since 2017, Laura has served as an at-large Councilwoman for the City of Fair Oaks Ranch and was ..read more
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Woman of Distinction – February 2024
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Representative Caroline Harris Davila proudly serves Texans in House District (HD) 52. Born and raised in Round Rock, Caroline is a lifelong Texan who understands and champions Texan values. Elected at age 28, Caroline is the youngest female Republican ever to be elected to the Texas House of Representatives. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Thomas Edison State College, and a Masters Degree in Public Affairs from the LBJ School at the University of Texas at Austin. She was named ..read more
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Women of Distinction – January 2024
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Toni Treviño, a native Texan and Houstonian, retired after working for twenty-one years as a federal prosecutor in South Texas. After her retirement, she was satisfied helping her husband run his native plant nursery until the summer of 2021 when she learned that her county, Starr, was without a Republican County Chair or a County Executive Committee. Meetings to find a County Chair eventually led to Toni running for State Republican Executive Committeewoman for SD21 and to countless campaign and training ..read more
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – December 2023
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Barclay became involved in politics when she worked at a Republican Party headquarters at the age of 16 years old. She received both her BSN and MSN from the University of Texas, was Valedictorian of her undergraduate program, and was selected as Outstanding Student during her junior year. While working as an Associate Professor of Nursing at Amarillo College, she served as Charter Member and President of the Registered Nurses Political Action Committee. After 12 years, she joined the Veterans ..read more
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – October 2023
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Ms. Tommie Worthy of Avalon is truly one of the hardest-working and most dedicated civic-minded women in Ellis County. A banker by trade, this active lady who is about to turn 88, is all about community service — always focused on finding ways to help others to make a difference in the lives of the citizens around her. Tommie’s main thrust of activism has been with Ellis County Republican Women. She joined this meaningful organization in 1999 and became seriously involved ..read more
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – September 2023
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Mary Heffernan has been a member of Northwest Austin Republican Women since 2016, although she first joined as a member in the 1990s and then re-joined in 2016. She served her club as Fundraising Chair, Americanism Chair, 2nd VP Programs, and Recording Secretary, and also has served on numerous committees. Mary is an active member of the Texas Federation of Republican Women and is serving her second term on the Board as SD 14 District Director and Member-At-Large. She served as ..read more
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – August 2023
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Justice Emily Miskel currently serves on the 5th District Court of Appeals in Dallas. She previously served as Judge of the 470th district court of Collin County, Texas, for seven years after being appointed by Governor Greg Abbott in 2015. During the challenging times of the pandemic, she admirably assumed the role of Local Administrative District Judge of Collin County. Under her leadership, the courts operated safely and efficiently, ensuring uninterrupted access to justice. With an impressive legal background, Justice Miskel ..read more
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TFRW Woman of Distinction – July 2023
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Jimmy Carter’s presidency lit an intense interest in politics for Connie. At the time, there were no GOP state-wide office holders in Texas. In 1980, Connie walked her neighborhood in support of Ronald Reagan for President and realized that assisting in block-walks and phone-banks was a way of making a difference. She began volunteering for most county-wide and state-wide campaigns (too many to list!) as well as becoming active with the Republican Women of Gregg County (RWGC) and the Gregg ..read more
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