Our mission is to preserve and promote the history and traditions of women in the Marine Corps from World War I to the present; to conduct programs for charitable and educational purposes; to promote the welfare and well-being of elderly, disabled, and women Marine veterans in need, as well as women currently serving in the Marine Corps; to provide entertainment, care and assistance to hospitalized veterans and members of the Armed Forces of the United States; to sponsor or participate in activities of a patriotic nature, particularly those that perpetuate the tradition and esprit de corps of the United States Marine Corps; and to foster the spirit of comradeship of women who have served or who now serve in the United States Marine Corps, regular or reserve component.
President - Jennifer Rooth
Vice President - Diamantina Rodriguez
Treasurer - Dolores Mendiola
Secretary - Audrea Killalea
To contact us, email firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply to become a member of this Chapter, you must first have an existing WMA National membership in good standing. Membership is open to women who serve or have served honorably in the United States Marine Corps regular or reserve components; or in the United States Navy as “Fleet Marine Force (FMF) qualified” personnel to include corpsmen, chaplains, religious program specialists and medical officers. Our chapter also welcomes Loyal Escorts to join our events. Annual membership is $20.00. PayPal payments can be sent to
The WMA cover is currently the minimum uniform item works by members. In addition to the cover, TX7 Chapter wears red polos to most events. We wear a red blazer, white blouse and black dress slacks or skirt with cover for more formal events. If we are anticipating dirty work, we wear red TX7 t-shirts. The WMA cover can be purchased via the WMA National website. The red t-shirt can be purchased on the Motivational gear page.
TX7 delivers food to the PTSD Foundation of America at Camp Hope, Houston, TX
We support JROTC programs with presenting WMA awards at the end of the year.
We reach out to our community and find different ways to contribute.
We have a reunion with the Marines of Houston annually at the Marine Corps Coordinating Councils annual USMC Birthday ball.
We unite with the Marine Corps League in presenting a USMC birthday cake cutting ceremony at the VA hospital.
We participate in the annual Wreath Across America wreath laying and wreath clean up at the Houston National Cemetery.