One of our Founders, Brooke López, was featured on How She Got Here podcast where she discussed her passion for Texas politics and the importance of active representation in elected office. Check out the podcast here.
How She Got Here is a podcast sharing conversations with everyday extraordinary women, hosted by Susan Byrnes Long. We featured Susan this past year for her dedication to women in leadership. Read her feature here.
One of our Founders, Brooke López, was featured by Make Muse. In this publication, Brooke shared never-before-heard insight regarding her path into politics - beginning with her aspirations of dentistry. From her personal outlook, Brooke provides readers with inspirational anecdotes and powerful details of her life, leading to the founding of the Lone Star Parity Project.
Read Brooke's feature with Make Muse here: https://www.makemuse.online/content/read/after-my-friend-was-murdered-i-decided-to-ditch-dentistry-plans-in-exchange-for-a-career-in-politics?rq=brooke
Our Founders, Brooke López and Adrianna Maberry, were featured by On the Dot Woman. The article discusses Brooke's journey into politics, beginning at age 15 and catapulting into full-swing by age 18 when she ran for public office. The article also dived into Adrianna's unique ability to extract important political data points, particularly when she worked with the City of Dallas.
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Lone Star Parity Project co-founders, Brooke López and Adrianna Maberry were featured on last week's edition of Coffee and Politics 101, a site that is focusing on local and state politics to inform citizens of what their elected officials are responsible to their constituents. There, Brooke and Adrianna spoke about the role women play in politics, grassroots organizing, and patterns in candidacy across Texas.
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