Top 13 Most Earned Social Capital (This month)

Tracey Crawley
1

29sc
Pervez S. Agwan
2

9sc
Renewable Energy Developer; Working for a progressive, inclusive, & more sustainable Houston; Climate & Energy Policy; Semi-colon enthusiast; Houston native;
Stacy A. González
3

11sc
Fmr Comms Director @ Txlege | UofH | MA Candidate | Proud daughter of 🇵🇪 immigrants | @houstonewallyds President
Je’Rell Rogers
4

9sc
Notre Dame graduate. Former public school teacher. Current attorney. Forever a public servant and now ready to be Judge of Harris County CCCL #14.
Alvaro Rodriguez
5

5sc
Victoriano Hernandez
6

10sc
Pleiades Talukder
7

5sc
Miguel Orozco
8

21sc
#Peace 🕊 Ⓥ#Vegan 🌱@SolTatuado🌞 #Morena 🏳️‍🌈Human Rights #NonBinary🦄Nothing about us, without us.
Pamela Jae Boveland
9

77sc
Naxhiely Ramon
10

19sc
Lisa Sandoz Robinson
11

93sc
Literacy Advocate & Teacher-Librarian. Writer & (inactive) attorney. Love books, art, history, music, hiking. Passionate about sharing what I learn w/ children!
Network4PublicEd
12

394sc
Lisa Robinson
13

40sc
Literacy Advocate, Teacher-Librarian, (inactive) Attorney. Moderate Baptist. Values Diversity, the US Constitution, a Free Press, an open America! #RESIST

Top 20 Most Earned Social Capital (All time)

Ruth Kravetz
1

735sc
teacher, parent, progressive, committed to public education equity and adequacy
Daniel Santos
2

662sc
Public School Educator, Two-time Teacher of the Year Recipient, Advocate for Community Schools, & Executive V.P. of Houston Federation of Teachers/Tweets My Own
Network4PublicEd
3

394sc
Sarah Rivlin
5

318sc
Diana Hernandez Featherston
6

208sc
Big fan of data, social justice, technology, and making the world better. Predictive Analytics Masters student at Northwestern University.
Anne Sung
8

188sc
Scientist, educator, policy wonk, Mom. VP & CSO Project GRAD Houston
~d~
9

181sc
continuity is broken
Mark Kerrissey
10

176sc
Claudia de Leon
11

173sc
Houston Fed of Tchrs
12

165sc
The Houston Federation of Teachers is a union of professionals that champions fairness, democracy, economic opportunity, and high quality public education.
Mary Morrison
13

156sc
all views expressed here are my own. Retweets are not endorsements. Racism is never ok and should never be tolerated.
Alpa Sridharan
14

160sc
Hany Khalil
15

152sc
Monica Richart
16

145sc
Attorney. Texan. Houstonian. Latina. Mom of 3. Princeton and Columbia Law grad. Education advocate. Gen X. she/her/hers
Jamie Volkmer
17

148sc
Myla Van Duyn
18

144.20sc
A teacher who thought that it would all be okay until I got VAM-med as well below expectations in a school that is low income, high risk,etc. It's not okay.
Ivan Castillo
19

139sc
Educator and activist for public education & immigration reform (HISD, CVPE, United We Dream, TOP, & HFT Executive Board Member)
Maria Fernandez
20

138sc
Technology and energy executive lawyer, compliance leader, problem and chaos solver, former School Board Trustee, public education advocate