Cecelia Hawkins – Executive Committee Chair

Mary Campbell – Executive Committee Vice-Chair

Jeff Olsenholler – Executive Committee Secretary

Rich Woodward – Treasurer

Elsa Marquez

Antonio Caraballo

Gloria Agudelo

Mary Lenn Dixon

Zuleika Carrasco-Martinez

Nancy Plankey-Videla

Maribel Ramirez Hinojosa

Clotilde Pichon

Teresa Gonzalez

Carol Goldsmith

Stacy Eisenstark

Jackie Zimmerman

Leticia Gonzalez-Soto

Creating Sanctuary Everyday

Below is the transcript of the presentation given by our Program Manager, Anna Carro Abernathy, at our Annual Meeting on August 19.       […]

Our Family Clinic was a Success!

On Saturday, March 24, BIIN hosted local lawyers who helped families develop a safety plan in case of detention and deportation. In one day we […]

Sponsor a Citizenship Class Students

BIIN is raising money to support students in our summer classes, which help people prepare for the interview and test portions of the naturalization process. […]

Meet our new Program and Office Coordinator!

Here a little bit about our new Program and Office Coordinator, Jaimi Washburn: “My husband and I moved to College Station in 2016 for his […]

Partner Spotlight: Friends Congregational Church

As an active member in the community, BIIN has developed relationships with various organizations that not only sponsor us through their generous donations but also […]

Sign up for our summer citizenship classes!

We are so proud of our current citizenship class students and everything they have accomplished these past few weeks. We cannot wait to meet our […]

Summer Citizenship Classes

Summer Citizenship Classes Saturdays, June 2nd to August 4th Classes in English: 9:00 am-11:00 am Classes in Spanish: 11:30 am-1:30 pm Come join us for […]

Thank You Bobbee Pennington and the Mounce Library!

This month’s partner spotlight shines on the Clara B. Mounce Public Library, which has supported BIIN since 2013, when the library partnered with us to […]

Volunteer Spotlight: María José

Volunteer Spotlight: María José Rosales by Stacy Eisenstark In 2011, María José Rosales was a sophomore at Texas A&M University, pursuing degrees in biology and Spanish […]