Harriet J. McClure

Harriet J. McClure is a member of the Ag Workers Mutual Auto Insurance Board of Directors, where she has served since 2016.

McClure completed her education at Texas A&I University, now known as Texas A&M University-Kingsville, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in home economics in 1976.

McClure’s professional pursuits saw her spend time working in Washington, DC, for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In her five years there, she served as the confidential assistant to the chief of the soil conservation service as well as deputy director of intergovernmental affairs.

Additionally, she spent time in the education, philanthropy, and real estate fields. From 1979 until 1986, McClure worked as a home economics teacher, including as department head at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Virginia, and at high schools in Waco and Coolidge, Texas. She also served as grants administrator for the Communities Foundation of Texas. As recently as 2021, she was the owner and operator of H. Jackson Rentals, where she managed real estate properties in southern Texas.

McClure’s extensive community service work spans decades. She is heavily involved with the Family and Consumer Sciences Teachers Association of Texas (FCSTAT). Additionally, she was appointed commissioner on the Commission of Volunteerism and Community Service by Texas Governor George W. Bush and tapped by Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk as a member of the Citizens Police Review Board in 1995. McClure has served on the board of multiple organizations, including Girls, Inc., Baylor University Medical Center Foundation, and The Center for Nonprofit Management.

She is married to Fred McClure, and they have two children and three grandchildren.