Rudy Rodriguez, Jr. was recently re-elected to Texans Can Academies’ Board of Trustees for a second three-year term. Texans Can Academies is an open enrollment, public high school system of choice with 11 campuses statewide.
Rodriguez currently serves as senior vice president and general counsel of CEC (Chuck E. Cheese) Entertainment, Inc. of Irving. A graduate of Texas A&M University and Harvard Law School, Rodriguez’s private and in-house practice has primarily concentrated in commercial and employment litigation throughout his 25-year career. He has remained active in civic and bar organizations throughout his professional life. In addition to his role as a Board Trustee at Texans Can Academies, he is a founding director and president of the Denton High School Family Assistance Foundation, which provides assistance to members of his alma mater’s community of alumni, faculty, and staff.
“I am honored to have been selected for a second term as a member of the Board of Trustees and look forward to continuing our important work in offering an outstanding education to high school students,” said Rodriguez,
“We are fortunate to have Rudy continue on the board,” said Richard Marquez, CEO of Texans Can Academies. “Our trustees volunteer countless hours to guide our schools and assure we deliver the best education available to our students.”
About Texans Can Academies
Celebrating 30 years of providing the highest quality education for all students, Texans Can schools are graduating thinkers. Texans Can Academies are a unique network of 11 charter schools located in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Houston and San Antonio. The schools are tuition-free, open enrollment, public high schools of choice serving students who have struggled in a traditional high school setting. To date, more than 130,000 youth have been given a second chance at life with the opportunity to pursue their dreams. Cars for Kids is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization benefiting Texans Can Academies and is the only car donation program in Texas that is operated by the charity it serves. For more information, visit: www.texanscan.org or www.carsforkids.org.