Mary Henrich, 2nd Vice Chair
Mary Henrich grew up in Richardson, Texas, and received a BA degree in Psychology from the University of Texas and a JD degree from the University of Houston. She began practicing law in Houston as a tax attorney with a large law firm. When her husband was a medical resident in Portland, Oregon, Mary worked as the supervising attorney for Multnomah County Legal Aid. During her husband's training as a nephrologist in Denver, Colorado, Mary worked for the Supreme Court of Colorado supervising the disposition of ethics complaints against lawyers and judges in Colorado. In Dallas, she had a solo private practice of law for eighteen years primarily in the area of family law. In Dallas, she was a volunteer at the Woman's Way Back House, the Radio Reading Service for the Blind, ArtReach and was a fund raiser for Ursuline Academy and Cistercian Preparatory School. She served as president of the 5,000-member Junior League of Dallas. In San Antonio, Mary has been active in the Master's Leadership Course, Impact San Antonio and a board member of the Low Vision Resource Center, Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, Women’s Leadership Council of the United Way, Bexar County Medical Foundation and the Blood and Tissue Center. She has chaired the Women's Health Council, a non-profit dedicated to improving the health of women in San Antonio and south Texas. Mary serves as Honorary Chair of the State Employee Charitable Campaign for the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio.