Fort Worth Film Leader Appointed to Governor’s Commission for Women

Angelique De Luca is the founder and CEO of Four Falling Stars Productions.

Angelique De Luca of Fort Worth has been appointed to the Governor’s Commission for Women for a term set to expire on December 31.

De Luca is the founder and CEO of Four Falling Stars Productions. She’s vice chair of the Lone Star Film Festival, a member of the Screen Actors Guild of America and Women Steering Business, and former member of the Texas Christian University Chancellor’s Advisory Council.

Governor Abbott has charged the commission with developing a strategy and implementation plan to help make Texas the number one state for women-owned businesses and to address human trafficking.

The commission is housed within the Office of the Governor and specializes in outreach, education, research, and referral services.

De Luca is an adviser for the TCU film school and volunteers for the Fort Worth Country Day School and Colonial Kids for a Cause. She’s a former board member of KinderFrog’s at TCU and Baby2Baby.

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