Black Engagement Director
Biography coming soon.
Hispanic Engagement Director
Bianca Gracia graduated from St. Mary’s University with a degree in Public Justice with a minor in Legal Studies, and has spent the past ten years serving as a community organizer and home school mom. Actively involved in her local community, Bianca has served as a Board Member for the Mountains in Motion Ministry, a Eucharist Minister at St. Anne’s Catholic Church, a soccer and baseball team mom, a Cub Scout Leader, President of her PTO, and President of her HOA. Through these experiences, Bianca has developed a passion for grassroots involvement and political organizing. It is that passion that led her to co-found the grassroots movement, Latino Trump Coalition, which was created to reach Latino communities and to educate them on why conservative principles were important to ALL Hispanics. Bianca was raised a Democrat, but over 8 years ago realized her principles no longer aligned with the Democrats and became a Republican. Today, she is a Harris County Precinct Chair and serves as the Statewide Hispanic Engagement Director for the Republican Party of Texas.
She has two children and is married to an Army Veteran and current Sergeant of Police. She and her family attend St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Houston, TX.
Asian-American Engagement Director
Recognizing the importance of a growing Asian American population, The Republican Party of Texas’ Asian engagement program focuses on outreach and relationship building with the states’ nearly 1.4 million Asian Americans. Through identifying, recruiting, and training, the RPT is developing a network of effective conservative leaders who support Republican candidates and causes. Working closely with local groups, churches and faith groups, and like-minded political organizations, like the Texas Asian Republican Assembly, and county Republican parties, the Asian engagement program seeks to encourage greater political involvement from all Asian Americans.