Alice Rodriguez - District Two
Term Expires May 2017
Council Member Alice Rodriguez was elected to the Waco City Council on May 7, 2005 as the representative for District II and was re-elected on May 11, 2013. She previously served as the representative for District II from 1991-2001, and served as Mayor Pro Tem in the years of 1992-1993, 1999-2000, 2007-2008 and 2012-2013.
Alice Rodriguez is a Waco Independent School District retired School Completion Liaison, where she worked to recover drop-out students.
She was awarded the 1992 YMCA Pathfinder Award and in 1998, she received the "Women of Distinction Award" through the Girl Scouts - Bluebonnet Council.
As a Council Member, she is a member of the National League of Cities - Hispanic Elected Local Officials (HELO) and has served on the Executive Board of Women in Municipal Government through that organization. She is also a member of the Texas Municipal League - Association of Hispanic Municipal Officials (AHMO) and has served as Treasurer. She continues to volunteer and serve her community through the following organizations:
- Current President, League of United Latin American Council (LULAC)
- Member, Sociedad Mustulista Mexicana De Jornaleros
- Volunteer, Cen-Tex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- Member, Metropolitan Policy Organization Board
- Member, Waco-McLennan Co. Public Health District
- Member, Council Boards and Commissions Committee
- Past President, Kendrick Neighborhood Association
- Past Vice President, AVANCE Waco
Alice is married to Joe Rodriguez, who is the Executive Director of the Cen-Tex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She has two daughters, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.