Aimee was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She was inspired to go into reproductive health, rights, and justice by her father who was an abortion provider in central and south Texas. She studied Philosophy at the University of Texas and received her Juris Doctor from New York Law School. She co-wrote and edited the Public Leadership Institute’s Playbook for Abortion Rights, serves on the advisory council of ReproAction and is a National Network of Abortion Funds We Testify Storyteller.
Blake has worked in the Texas Legislature for more than a decade. For the past six legislative sessions Blake has focused on abortion rights for NARAL Pro-Choice Texas. He is former board member, current legal director and volunteer attorney for Jane’s Due Process, representing abused teenagers in judicial bypass proceedings. He also serves as president of the board of the Women’s Health and Family Planning Association of Texas. He is a member of the Health Law and Legislative and Campaign Law section of the state bar. Blake and his wife live in central Austin with their two daughters.
Emily started as an intern in June of 2013 and was hired as program coordinator in August of 2013. Emily holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Texas and a master’s degree in public health from New York University. With a background in program, education, and training work, Emily oversees NARAL Pro-Choice Texas’ CPC investigations, volunteer program, outreach & activist trainings, and Next Generation millennial leadership program.
Genevieve has been with NARAL Pro-Choice Texas since November of 2015. A graduate of Annie’s List Campaign School, she has worked on multiple state representative races and in the offices of State Representative Nicole Collier and State Representative Mary E. Gonzalez, most recently as Gonzalez’ Chief of Staff. After receiving her undergraduate degree from St. Edward’s University, she attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick where she earned a Master of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies.
Caroline Duble is a feminist, dedicated dog mom, and Texas enthusiast. Her background in community organizing has spanned over the course of her life, and has culminated in a fierce dedication to political advocacy. She serves as our Political Director, and is joining us after almost 5 years at the ACLU of Texas. Caroline seeks to connect Texans’ individual experiences to state and local policy, in order to activate and harness the incredible power that Texans have to make change.
Dallas Regional Organizer
Jessica began organizing at the intersection of reproductive health and human rights as a student at Southern Methodist University (SMU), where she coordinated events including Take Back the Night, the Vagina Monologues, and SMU’s first-ever Menstruation Celebration. Before joining the NPCT team, she served as a Post-Baccalaureate Fellow with the SMU Human Rights Program mobilizing young activists to create change in their communities. As the Dallas Regional Organizer, Jessica now works to empower Dallas communities to harness their political power and demand that their elected officials protect and expand access to safe, legal, and stigma-free abortion services. When she isn’t dismantling the system, she’s looking for new skincare products.
Delma Catalina Limones
Delma is a progressive communications professional passionate about reproductive justice and immigrant rights. She came into this work as student leader with Planned Parenthood and Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity (URGE) during her time at Texas State University. After graduating from Texas State, Delma joined Whole Woman’s Health as Communications Coordinator. She most recently worked at the Texas Democratic Party as Press Secretary during the 2018 election cycle and joined the NARAL Pro-Choice team December 2018.
Danielle has spent her career working to advance progressive non-profits and political candidates, specializing in digital engagement and fundraising. She studied political science at UCLA where she found her passion for reproductive rights. She relocated to Austin, TX in 2013 and joined NARAL Pro-Choice Texas in 2019.