Business: Taylor County
Job title: Judge/Attorney
Why are you working in this industry?
I’ve always been interested in public service and Taylor County Judge is a continuation of that after serving the people of Taylor County as a prosecutor for 7.5 years.
What are three daily habits that have helped you to become successful?
Putting in a strong effort on whatever I’m trying to accomplish.
What is the best advice you have ever received?
90% of life is just showing up.
What do you want to be doing in 10 years?
Serving the people of Taylor County still in some capacity.
What was your first summer job?
A grocery bagger at the Dyess Commissary.
Where will we find you enjoying your hard-earned time off?
I really enjoy trying new things and traveling.
What changes have you seen in Abilene during your career? What changes would you like to see.
Abilene’s growth and new sense of energy these past 10 years or so has really improved quality of life and I want to see that continue.
Abilene Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
Abilene Chamber of Commerce Member
Abilene Regional Growth Alliance Board of Directors
Abilene Chamber of Commerce (Leadership Abilene Class of 2024)
Abilene Young Professionals – Member
Alliance for Women and Children- Board/Executive Board Member
American Red Cross Regional Board Member (Past)
Betty Hardwick Behavioral Advisory Team,
Metropolitan Planning Commission- Policy Board Member
Taylor County Child Advocacy Center Board Member
Taylor County Historical Commission Board Member
Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Community Advisory Board Member
Taylor County Venue District Board Member
West Texas Council of Governments Executive Board Member
Attends Beltway Park Church
My Dad – Jon Crowley
My Mom- Lynn Crowley
Siblings: Heather, Tony, and Michael.