Courtney Moser, Chapter President

Introducing The Southeast Texas Chapter


Courtney has been actively involved with THLN since early 2012 and served for two years as the Legislative Chair of the Southeast Texas Chapter.  Aside from her work with THLN, she has acted as a foster for several local rescue organizations and was an active member of the Animal Law Society at South Texas College of Law.  Courtney also volunteers with a Houston-based coalition of animal welfare advocates who seek to combat animal overpopulation issues through an increase in government funded low-cost spay/neuter locations, the establishment of education programs tailored to address the cultural differences unique to Houston's richly diverse community, and passing stronger animal-friendly city and county ordinances.     

Originally from Florida, Courtney graduated from the University of Florida before moving to Houston, where she obtained her Juris Doctorate degree from South Texas College of Law.  When she is not working or volunteering, Courtney can be found spending time with her Shepherd mix rescue dog, Grace.