Texas Values Announces New Director of Policy
Austin, Texas – Texas Values announced today their new Director of Policy, Jonathan Covey. Jonathan Covey is a veteran at the Texas Capitol with an extensive background and experience in law, policy, and advocacy having served for three years as the Senior Policy Advisor for State Senator Bob Hall; and previously as the Chief of Staff for Texas House member James White. Jonathan has an undergraduate degree in business and a law degree. He has also worked for a U. S. Congressman from Texas and he is passionate about putting his experience to work to advance his faith and family values that match up precisely with Texas Values mission.
Jonathan Saenz, President of Texas Values said “Jonathan Covey has proven his commitment to the issues of faith, family and freedom in a career that spans multiple legislative sessions. We are excited to have him join the Texas Values team.”
Jonathan Covey joins the Texas Values team at a record setting time. In addition to ongoing efforts to combat radical hyper-sexualized sex education in Austin ISD, Texas Values has a proven track record of success with many signed pieces of legislation including the Merry Christmas Texas Law, Pastor Protection Law, Freedom to Serve Children Act, Born Alive Infant Protection Act, and the Save Chick-fil-A/First Amendment Defense Act. During the last legislative session, Texas Values supporters sent over 120,000 messages to the Governor, Lt. Governor and members of the legislature.
About Texas Values
Texas Values is the largest statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to standing for faith, family, and freedom in Texas. More information is available at txvalues.org.