Rosy Mota

Rosy is a native Houstonian with extensive community involvement. She most recently worked with the Houston Health Department as a community liaison and lled the enrollment coalition’s efforts for the greater Houston area through strategic messaging and planning. Rosy has previously served on three boards to develop strategic plans and community events that provide services to the LGBTQ and Latinx communities of Houston. By deliberating on policy issues on these boards, it has strengthen her community engagement and made Rosy more in tune with community needs. She was an instrumental voice for the women’s programming advisory council for the largest LGBTQ community center in Texas, The Montrose Center.

Rosy was an avid volunteer during her college career, but she decided to elevate her work by starting her non-profit career in 2013. Rosy was instrumental in promoting the Affordable Care Act in Texas. Working as a program manager for a national non-profit organization based out of Washington D.C., Rosy worked to educate millions of Texans on the health care law and conducted many outreach activities to promote open enrollment in the gulf coast and central Texas regions.  Rosy is the first member from her immigrant family to attend and graduate college.

She graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a minor in Economics.