Governor Greg Abbott has reappointed Alicia Key and Tabatha Vasquez to the State Employee Charitable Campaign Policy Committee for terms set to expire on September 1, 2020. The committee helps develop rules and procedures for the State Employee Charitable Campaign, and reviews the recommended campaign plan.
Alicia Key of Dripping Springs is an attorney in private practice with over twenty-five years of public service. She is a member of the State Bar of Texas and serves on the Family Law Section Formbook Committee. Previously, she served as a board member of the National Child Support Enforcement Association and as president of the National Council of Child Support Directors. She also served as a mentor with the Seedling Foundation. Key received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Texas Tech University and a Juris Doctor degree from Texas Tech School of Law.
Tabatha Vasquez of Manor is the legislative director for State Senator Brian Birdwell. She is a provisional member of the Junior League of Austin, a member of the National Rifle Association and a Woman of Courage with the Children’s Advocacy Center, a coach for the Pflugerville Area Soccer Association, and a volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America. Vasquez received a Bachelor of Arts in sociology with a concentration in criminal justice and a minor in business from Mars Hill University.