Texas Governor appoints member to Commission for Women

Angelica Rosales has been appointed to the Governor’s Commission for Women. She will serve her term until Dec. 31, 2025.

Rosales is currently project director for a construction company, the latest in her 23-year-long career. She holds leaderships positions for several nonprofit organizations, serving as director of the Texas Lyceum and a member of the El Paso Chamber and El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She is also a governing board member of the Hospitals of Providence East Campus and a board member for the Border plex Alliance and El Paso Community College Foundation.

The Governor’s Commission for Women was established in 1967 to protect and empower women across Texas. The commission is responsible for developing a strategy and implementation plan to promote women-owned businesses and combat human trafficking.

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