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CHAIRS

COORDINATORS


The Honorable Clifford Brown
147th District Court
Travis County

Christopher R. Mugica
Jackson Walker L.L.P.
Austin, Texas

Estela P. Medina
Chief Juvenile Probation Officer
Juvenile Probation Dept.
Travis County
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Creschenda Horton
Juvenile Probation Officer
Travis County
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Austin Do the Write Thing DC Recognition Week 2018 photos

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Austin DTWTX challenge site in action

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The Austin DTWTX challenge site was on the move in 2018. Check out photos from the Austin’s Recognition Ceremony and National Recognition Week in DC!

Austin’s Recognition Ceremony in the Spring of 2018.

Austin DTWT Finalist

Austin DTWT Finalist

Austin DTWT Management Team

Austin DTWT Management Team

Austin Chair The Honorable Orlinda Naranjo

Austin Chair The Honorable Orlinda Naranjo

Austin Coordinators Mary Bolden and Creschenda Horton

Austin Coordinators Mary Bolden and Creschenda Horton

Austin challenge site at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Austin National Ambassadors with Judge Julie Kocurek at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Austin National Ambassadors with Judge Julie Kocurek at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Mary, Judge Julie Kocurek and Cindy at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Mary, Judge Julie Kocurek and Cindy at the National Recognition Week in DC July 2018.

Austin Recognition Ceremony 2017

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Two 8th grade students from Burnet Middle School in Austin ISD have been named national ambassadors for the Do the Write Thing Texas Challenge.

This year marks the first time that the two national ambassadors from the Austin-Travis County area have been from the same school.

Rudolph (RC) Hardin and Vivian Pan were selected as ambassadors for the program, which is an initiative of the National Campaign to Stop Violence.

Hardin and Pan’s compositions were selected from among 3,820 essays submitted by students in the Austin, Eanes, Del Valle, Manor and Pflugerville school districts.

The students will have the opportunity to travel to Washington DC to present their views on youth violence to national leaders.