Elianor has deep ties to the 17th Congressional District of Texas. She’s a proud alumna of Texas A&M where she served as a member of the Corps of Cadets and graduated with a degree in Biomedical Science. She then enrolled in Law School at South Texas College of Law in downtown Houston. Upon graduation in 2002, she accepted an offer with Ernst & Young in Geneva, Switzerland.
After three years overseas, she realized that it was time to come back home to Texas. After earning a teaching certificate she taught chemistry to high-schoolers in Spring Branch ISD for eight years. In 2013, she came back to College Station to join her family’s real estate business.
Always looking to serve, Elianor was elected to College Station City Council place 4 as a proud conservative in 2018.
On Council, she has been a steadfast voice for everyday taxpayers, fighting to protect private property rights, limiting government regulation and voting against the tax increases that harm middle-class families.
At the age of 18, Elianor joined the Corps of Cadets, specifically as the first woman in the male-only company P-2. Elianor wasn’t intimidated by this experience and graduated as a full fledged member of the company. After an experience like that, no DC lobbyist or special interest group is going to intimidate her into shrinking away from her strongly held conservative beliefs and the grassroots.
She also served on the Construction Board of Adjustments and the Planning and Zoning Commission in College Station where she has fought for efficient and limited government.
Within the Republican Party, Elianor has served on the Leadership Committee of the Republican Party of Brazos County and the Executive Committee as Precinct Chair. She is also a member of the Republican Women of Brazos Valley and has served on their board.
A small businesswoman herself, she is an active member of the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce where she advocates for the interests of the small and mid-size businesses that form the foundation of her community.
Our fundamental values and beliefs are under attack from the Left. Elianor and her family came to Texas because they believe in the Texas values of limited government and personal accountability.
Unlike the Radical Left Democrats in Washington DC, Elianor fully embraces the freedom and personal liberties that are provided to every citizen in America.
As an immigrant, Elianor has firsthand knowledge of the effects of lost liberties, whether under a socialist European government or under an oppressive Iranian theocracy. Her family continues to feel the effects of Radical Left ideology run amok.
Elianor’s service to her community isn’t limited to government--not by a long shot. She is currently a C.A.S.A. (Court Appointed Special Advocate) helping neglected or abused children navigate our legal system.
C.A.S.A. isn’t the only way Elianor stays involved with her community’s youth. She recently had her class of C.A.M.P. (Caring Aggies Mentorship Program) mentees “graduate” after being a guide and mentor to them for over 10 years, from 3rd grade to college.
She also serves as a Bryan Rotarian and as a member of the Board of the Corps of Cadets Association, two organizations whose members strive to uphold the principles of integrity, honor, and selfless service.
Devoted to her faith, Elianor proudly attends the same church she did as an undergraduate, St. Mary’s Catholic Church in College Station.