Meet your new Executive Committee!
We had an amazing turnout for our Biennial Reorganization Convention on Saturday, 8/21/21. It was so invigorating to meet so many Williamson County Democrats ready to Build Back Blue. Thank you to everyone who came out on a rainy morning to show your support for the WCDP and to the volunteers who worked to make the event run smoothly. We know many people were there in spirit too as some folks were unable to attend due to other obligations and COVID concerns; we appreciate you and hope that you will be able to join us virtually at future events. We kicked off the meeting with inspiring words from State Senator Heidi Campbell. We were honored to have her in attendance and appreciate her for fighting the good fight in the State Legislature.
We are especially grateful to the folks who stepped up to serve on our Executive Community.
Jenn Foley, Chair
Courtenay Rogers, Vice Chair
Grant Marsh, Secretary
Robert Britton, Treasurer
D1- Pam Dyson & Lori Neely
D2- Jené Lely & Jody Wallace
D3- Vilma Cueva
D5- Adriane King & Pedro Del La Torro
D6- David Canas & Joseph Lewis
D7- Adrienne Hinds & Kate Keese
D8- Fred Wilhelm & Ben Jones
D9- Christopher Peake & Carol Otto
D10- Wilson Boyd & Angela Gentry
D11- Linda Lee & Chris Pruter
D12- Matt Foster & Amanda Bradley
Williamson County Democratic Women Representative: Wanda Bruce Graham
Williamson County Young Democrats Representative: Molly Volker
We appreciate the out-going District Captains and Officers who have served the WCDP over the past two years and hope they will remain involved in other ways. Thank you for all you have done to serve the Williamson County Democratic Party.
There are several ways to get involved even if you were unable to attend the Reorganization yesterday. We still need District Captains for County Commission Districts 3 and 4. We have several committees that need volunteers -you can learn more and sign up here. You can also donate to the party to support our efforts. Please consider becoming a sustaining donor with monthly donations.
Before the meeting adjourned I shared a quote from Desmond Tutu: Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness. Our community has been shrouded in darkness over the past few weeks but there was so much light in the auditorium on Saturday. Now we have to do the work that brings that hope to fruition.
Yours in solidarity,
Jenn Foley, Chair