A Brighter Future for Texas!
Katherine Turner-Pearson is a third generation Wacoan with a lifelong history of volunteerism in
the Waco area.
She was born in Waco and raised in Woodway, where she attended Midway public schools. Katherine attended Baylor University and received Bachelors of Arts degrees in both Journalism and Archaeology (2002). She received a Master’s degree in Archaeology/Anthropology from Texas A&M University (2007).
Katherine is currently a Registered Professional Archaeologist and is the owner of Central Texas Archaeological Resources in Waco and an adjunct professor of Anthropology for local colleges.
Katherine loves Waco and central Texas, and has the energy, personality, communication and problem-solving skills to represent your concerns in Austin!
LEADERSHIP for Texas!
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From the NEWS
For those of you that missed the League of Women's Voters Candidiate Forum hosted by KWBU, you can listen online here!
On Sunday, October 15th, the Waco Herald Tribune gave Katherine an opportunity to talk about her ideas, policies, vision, and the reasons for her candidacy. Check it out here!
Katherine announces her candidacy for the Texas House District 56 seat on September 15th, 2017. To read the announcement in the Waco Trib, follow this link.
Check out the interviews with Katherine, Beto O'Rourke, and other Democratic Party leaders in this KCEN-TV news clip --covering the recent Candidates' Forum at the Waco Lions Den! Click here.
MESSAGE for 2020
"My promise to you when I get to Austin is that I will always look at both sides of a policy or argument,
and study all the parameters. I will examine the issues from other per- spectives and see what I can learn from them ---because we must start
to listen, to understand each other, and realize that people who have different opinions are not evil, they are just seeing things from a different vantage point."
CHECK OUT Katherine's endorsements! Click here!