Cindy Asche, candidate for Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, will be joining Village Republican Women at our next general meeting on May 23rd for a conversation about the Republican Party of Texas (RPT) and her vision for it.
A 5th generation Texan, Cindy Crocker Asche was born in Waco and raised in Austin. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Business from Baylor University in 1983 and graduated with a BSN in Nursing from the University of Texas in 1986 after putting herself through school by working in the Emergency Room at St. David’s Hospital.
Since 1986, Cindy has served in a variety of ER and Trauma roles from assistant head nurse, trauma case manager, injury prevention coordinator, ER unit manager, and ultimately ER manager. Through these positions, she managed a 50+ member staff, administered multi-million dollar budgets, and developed best-practices to ensure optimal efficiency in the office.
Cindy actively worked alongside her father, Bill Crocker, during his tenure as RNC National Committeeman for Texas, before she served as a State Convention delegate, Grassroots Club member, and Precinct Chair in Denton County. In 2016, she served as the Dallas-Area Captain for the Mighty Texas Strike Force—a movement credited by many as playing a vital role in the election of President Donald Trump.
She is the current president of the Republican Women of Greater North Texas, Chaplain for Texas Federation of Republican Women (TFRW), and a current member of the RPT Candidate Resource Committee (CRC). Additional information about Cindy can be found on her website at www.cindyasche.com.
RPT Chairman James Dickey was also invited to join us for this conversation but unfortunately had a scheduling conflict. For more information about Chairman Dickey, his website is https://jamesrdickey.com.
~ Deanna Harrington, Programs