Carrie Isaac is a fourth-generation Texan, nonprofit leader, wife, mother, and proud conservative running to give Hays and Blanco counties’ conservative values a powerful voice in the Texas House of Representatives.
Carrie currently serves as the Executive Director of the Digital Education and Work Initiative of Texas, which helps disabled veterans and others facing barriers to employment find meaningful, digitally accessible work. She sits on the board of IT’S TIME TEXAS, where she led her community to win first place in the IT’S TIME TEXAS Community Challenge as the Chair of the Dripping Springs Mayor’s Health and Wellness Council. Her previous community involvement includes board positions for Helping Hands Dripping Springs, Hays County Republican Women, and the Legislative Ladies Club and volunteering at her sons’ schools.
She graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Science and from Purdue University Global with a Master of Science.
An accomplished athlete, Carrie enjoys staying active and has completed several adventure races and triathlons, including a 30-hour adventure race and the full-length, 140.6-mile IRONMAN Triathlon.
Carrie will celebrate her 19th wedding anniversary this year with her husband, Jason Isaac. They reside in Hays County and have two sons, Aidan and Landon, and a dog, Daisy.