Jillian Glantz – President

Howdy! My name is Jillian and I am originally from Dallas. Before moving to College Station, I lived in Arlington, Austin, Beaumont, the Rio Grande Valley, and Beijing, China! I’m currently at Texas A&M pursuing my PhD in history, and I have a background in filmmaking, so I’m hoping to find a career that merges both of these fields. In my free time, you can find me snuggling donkeys at Texas Miracle Ranch Rescue. In terms of TDWBV, I love planning events that engage the community, as well as working with local Democratic leaders to educate and advocate!

Vice President – Position Open
If you are interested in filling this position, please email!

Gina Mosavi – Secretary
My name is Gina Mosavi, DVM and I’m a proud Texas Democratic Aggie veterinarian. My husband Mike and I have lived in BCS for twenty-nine years. We have been small business owners and we have raised and educated our three children here. I’m proud to serve as secretary of TDWBV and alongside my fellow board members and chapter membership, as we all work to fulfill our mission of supporting women in the community and state who espouse our shared democratic principles and who become candidates for office.

Marianne Arnold – Treasurer
Marianne Arnold earned two Bachelors’ degrees at San Francisco State and New Mexico State Universities and her PhD in Molecular and Environmental Plant Sciences at Texas A&M. She has been politically active since 1968. Since retirement she has served as Precinct Chair, Treasurer of the local TDW, volunteer for many political campaigns, election official and candidate for the Texas House of Representatives.

Member At Large – Suzanne Batchelor

Janet Dudding – Immediate Past President
As a single mother, Janet earned her BSBA-Accounting from the University of Southern Mississippi and her MBA from Millsaps College. After Hurricane Katrina brought Janet and her husband James to Texas from Mississippi, Janet worked for the City of College Station as their Budget Manager, then their Asst. Director of Finance. She later worked for Texas A&M University before running for Texas House of Representatives District 14 in 2020. Most recently, Janet was the Democratic nominee for Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts in 2022. She has served as a Democratic Precinct Chair and a Member of the Texas Democratic Women Executive Board, and serves on many other local boards.