AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today endorsed Karyn Brownlee for State Representative of House District 115 in North Texas. Karyn is committed to strengthening education, limiting the role of government, and preserving constitutional freedoms for every Texan. As State Representative, Karyn will tirelessly defend Texas values and uphold the principles that keep Texas the best state to live, work, and raise a family.
“I am proud to endorse Karyn Brownlee,” said Governor Abbott. “Her commitment to conservative ideals will guide her work in the House as she fights for a better future for all Texans. I urge the people of House District 115 to send Karyn to Austin so she can defend the values that make Texas exceptional.”
Karyn Brownlee of Coppell serves on the Credit Union Commission for the State of Texas, as appointed by Governor Abbott on August 8, 2019. Her term is set to expire on February 15, 2023. She spent 18 years in public education, seven as a teacher, and 11 as a campus principal in the highly rated Coppell ISD. Karyn has also worked as a professional leadership communications consultant, speech writer, professional speaker, blogger and voiceover artist. As a member of the Texas Elementary Principals & Supervisors Association, she was a conference presenter and leadership academy graduate. Karyn served as a judge for the Stoa National Invitational Speech and Debate Tournament, a board member of the Coppell YMCA, a board member of Proven Way Ministries, a volunteer for Life Romania, and a teacher and leadership team member at Prestonwood Church of Plano. Brownlee received a Bachelor of Science in elementary education and a Master of Education in educational leadership from Texas Tech University. For most of her life, Karyn has regularly served as an advocate and activist for people and issues she cares about, fighting for faith, freedom and justice for all.