VICTORY 2020 CHAIR
Stacy Hock is a philanthropist, public policy activist, and private investor. Stacy is serving as the Texas GOP 2020 Victory Chairwoman. Additionally, she serves as Chair of the Board of Texans for Education Opportunity, President of Texans First, and on the boards of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Aminex Therapeutics, the Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas McCombs School of Business, and The African Dream Initiative. Ms. Hock is a gubernatorial appointee, serving as Vice Chair of the Texas Commission on Next Generation Assessment and Accountability, serves on Lt. Governor Patrick’s Education Advisory Council, and on TEA Commissioner Morath’s Philanthropic Council.
Previously, Ms. Hock served on the boards of City Harvest and The Bowery Mission in New York City. Also, Ms. Hock held senior management positions in the software industry, including running IBM’s WebSphere Software Services business for the Wall Street territory.
Ms. Hock received her B.S. in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from M.I.T., and her M.B.A. from the University of Texas.
Stacy and her husband, Joel, have been married for seventeen years, have four boys, and reside in Austin, TX. Stacy is a 6th generation Texan.
Board Service Organizations and Dates:
Texas Public Policy Foundation (April 2015 – present)
Aminex Therapeutics (June 2015 – present)
The Blanton Museum of Art (March 2016 – present)
University of Texas McCombs School of Business (Dec 2017 – present)
Board Chair, Texans for Education Opportunity (May 2016 – present)
The African Dream Initiative (January 2013 – present)
Vice Chair, Texas Commission on Next Generation Assessment and Accountability (2016)
Lt. Governor Patrick’s Education Advisory Council (May 2016 – present)
TEA Commissioner Morath’s Philanthropic Council (May 2016 – present)