Beatriz Charo is a native of Robstown. She received a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (Human Resource Development) from Texas A&M University at College Station and a Master of Public Administration from Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi. Charo has over 18 years of experience in local government. She currently serves as City Administrator for the City of Robstown, where she began working in 2005. She started as the Administrative Assistant to the City Administrator then spent 13 years of her career as the Grants Administrator for the City of Robstown where she was successful in overseeing the grant application, award, and reporting processes. Charo has worked with several State and Federal agencies including, Texas Division of Emergency Management, Texas Water Development Board, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and United States Department of Agriculture.
In 2021, Charo was appointed by the Mayor and Council as the City Administrator for the City of Robstown where she is responsible for the coordination of the day-to-day activities for all departments and operations of the City government, working with the Mayor and City Council to translate policy goals and directions into actions and services which are carried out by the employees of the City.
Charo is involved in various civic activities supporting jobs, education, and quality of life issues in the Robstown community. Charo previously served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Robstown ISD Education Foundation. She currently serves as a member of the Board Directors for the Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority, Executive Director of the Robstown Improvement Development Board, and President of Cotton Community Partnership, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving Robstown.