Get to know your board

As Tarrant County Young Democrats grows, we want to hear from you. We need your ideas and suggestions to build a strong, successful organization.
Please contact the following members.

2020 – 2021
Executive Board

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President Benjamin Manzano-Coleman

Mr. Coleman is a lifelong Democrat, and Native Texan, who has dedicated his life to bringing more people into the world of politics. The very first campaign he worked on was in Dallas with his father at the age of 8. Since moving to Tarrant County he has made a big impact working on multiple campaigns, as well as being elected precinct chair of precinct 1094 and as president of TCYD. When asked for a quote to sum up his political career he replied, “it’s all about getting out to people you don’t necessarily think of. We need to be a voice for the Voiceless and make sure no person feels their voice and vote don’t matter because they absolutely do”.

president@tcyd.org

Vice President Stephen O’Toole

Stephen O’Toole is a native Texan and veteran of Navy intelligence who joined right out of high school to serve his country. He is a newcomer to political activism he has been very impactful serving as Precinct Chair, Deputy Voter Registrar, and Election Judge. He is a strong progressive who is passionate about election reform and the importance of fair voting. “The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.”

vicepresident@tcyd.org

Secretary Landry Rhodes

Landry Rhodes is a current student at UT Arlington studying political science and broadcasting, as well as a strong political enthusiast. Rhodes is a passionate advocate for progressive policies, and wishes to use his position to help better the lives of others through TCYD. He has served as a volunteer for many campaigns, and is enthusiastic to promote active change in the community.

secretary@tcyd.org

Treasurer Rida Himawan

Rida Himawan, a first-year economics student at UT Arlington aspiring to be amongst the great names that helped to better our nation and fix our broken institutions. She has a proven track record of being dedicated, driven, and innovative; and has excelled in a multitude of fields including health, technology, and business; evident through her many state and national awards. Throughout her educational career, Rida has been involved in clubs and organizations that has allowed her to hone essential skills that have been pivotal in her day-to-day life such as interning for a congressman and serving as an executive board member for DFW Champion Youth, an education non-profit. Her goal includes furthering her education at UChicago Law School and making a lasting positive impact on the world.

treasurer@tcyd.org

Social/Outreach Coordinator Sarai Flores

My name is Sarai Flores. I am a student at UTA and I am majoring in Political Science and Economics. I am a Fort Worth native and I am excited to be part of the Tarrant County Young Dems.

social@tcyd.org

You can also reach us at our mailing address:

Post Office Box 892
Fort Worth, Texas 76101