Rocio Gosewehr Hernandez
Rocio Gosewehr Hernandez moved to North Texas in 1986, while her mother country of El Salvador was embroiled in a civil war.
She grew up in a household that valued education for its innate benefits, its value in facilitating social mobility, and its integral role in allowing us to serve our community. Rocio serves her community by advocating for victims of negligence in her professional career as an attorney. She is also an advocate for civil rights in her roles as precinct chair, member of the NAACP, and leader in women & mom groups who push for pro-parent and pro-woman policies. She and her husband are raising their daughters in the same city where they grew up and attended public school, Plano Texas.