The North Carolina Federation of Republican Women’s (NCFRW) mission is to positively impact our state and nation, while strengthening our Republican Party through recruiting, educating, training, supporting, and electing Republicans.
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President: Pat C Smith (Gaston RW)
Mountain VP: Kathy Flett (Gem Country RW)
Foothills VP: Suzanne Riley (Gaston RW)
Capitol VP: Kay Wildt (Moore RW)
Central VP: Kelly Gallimore (Davidson RW)
Coastal VP: Michele Nix (Crystal Coast RW)
Secretary: Ceil Wasserman (East Carolina RW)
Assistant Secretary: Doris Hawkins (Henderson County RW)
Treasurer: Sarah Wetherby (Capital Area RW Virtual Club)
Assistant Treasurer: Kathy Hildreth (Gem Country RW)
Does your area have a club to join? Can you help us form a new club? Can you help us reactivate your area? Republican Women are answering the call to return our state and nation to a constitutionally based republic. We can take back America one Republican Woman at a time. Contact NCFRW today!
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Tuesday June 22
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NC GOP CONVENTION
June 3-6, 2021
NCFRW Hospitality Suite at the NC GOP State Convention will located at the Holiday Inn on Friday and Saturday after the convention dinner
Posted May 15, 2021 (NFRW News Communications)
Board Meets to Conduct Essential Business, Participate in Legislative Advocacy Training, Hear from GOP Leaders
OR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 15, 2021
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – After more than a year of virtual meetings and events due to COVID-19, the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) Board of Directors met in-person for the first time since 2019.
Led by NFRW President Ann Schockett, board members from across the nation gathered May 13-15 to conduct essential business, participate in legislative advocacy training, and hear from Republican elected officials and leaders.
“COVID presented momentous challenges, but our indomitable spirit never wavered,” President Schockett said. “After more than a year of being apart, and propelled by spring’s promise of hope and renewal, board members were thrilled to come together for an exciting, purposeful meeting to reflect on the many successes we achieved during an unprecedented year, and to plan for our future.”
The three-day meeting kicked off with a Legislative Advocacy Boot Camp, which included updates on the NFRW’s top legislative priorities, “how to” legislative advocacy training, and simulated lobbying exercises. The event featured Senators Rand Paul (R-KY) and Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), freshman Congresswomen Victoria Spartz (R-IN) and Michelle Steel (R-CA), and other elected officials, as well as think tank experts Hans von Spakovsky of Heritage Foundation and Roman Buhler of Keep Nine Coalition.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo served as the keynote speaker on Friday, and Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, was the keynote speaker on Saturday. Other speakers included Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel and commentator Katie Hopkins. The board elected a nominating committee and a member-at-large to the NFRW Executive Committee, and unanimously adopted a resolution supporting a constitutional amendment to keep the Supreme Court at nine justices.
Founded in 1938, the National Federation of Republican Women is the largest grassroots Republican women’s organization in the nation. NFRW provides a forum for women to serve as leaders in the political, government, and civic arenas. NFRW objectives are to recruit, train and elect Republican candidates, promote the principles of the Republican Party, educate the public and protect the integrity of our electoral process.
Attending from North Carolina: Pat C Smith, Martha Jenkins, Kay Wildt, Gay Dillard, Linda Petrou, and Jackie Weyhenmeyer.