Board of Directors

Linda Ackerman has been a Republican activist for more than 40 years, working as a volunteer on many campaigns and as a fundraiser for the CRP as well as for many local candidates. She serves on the Advisory Committee for the California Federation of Republican Women, is a member of Fullerton Republican Women Federated and is a member of CWLA. She also serves on the Board of Governors of the Marian Bergeson Excellence in Public Service Series as President and Vice President of Finance.

Ackerman was elected as National Committeewoman for California in February of 2008, and serves on the Rules Committee, The Committee on Presidential Debates and the Committee on Contests. She was also an elected member of the Orange County Central Committee serving the 72nd and 70thAssembly districts.

She is a Director on the Board of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, appointed by the Municipal Water District of Orange County in 2008. The MWD serves the greater Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and Riverside counties. Ackerman serves as Chair of the Legislation Committee and as a member of the Legal and Claims Committee as well as the Water Planning and Stewardship Committee. She was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to serve on the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board in 2010. In addition, she is the newly appointed Chair of the Federal Affairs Committee for (ACWA), the Association of California Water Agencies for a 2 year term.

Ackerman serves on the Board of Directors of USCB, Inc., one of the largest private collections agencies in the state of California. Ackerman has been an active philanthropist and served in many leadership positions in her community. She attended the University of Colorado and majored in Foreign Languages. Linda and her husband Ret. Senator Dick Ackerman currently reside in Irvine, California. They have three children, two granddaughters, and one grandson.

Judith Albertelli has worked tirelessly on behalf of numerous candidates throughout her career and continues to represent pro-business and conservative women across the country. She is founder and president of the National Republican Women's Network and is past president of the Florida Federation of Republican Women. Alberti has served on the Florida Advisory Committee to the US Commission on Civil Rights since 2005 and continues to encourage, mentor and prepare women leaders to become involved in government and politics.

Judy Arranz serves as the Executive Director of The Tillie Fowler Excellence in Public Service Series for Florida. She has been involved in the political scene since 1999 when she managed volunteers and the campaign office for the 2000 Bush campaign in Duval County and was very involved during the 2000 recount procedure. Arranz graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. After a brief career, she settled into being a wife and mother for 15 years before re-entering the work force, last serving as district manager for 12 retail stores. From there, she became involved in politics. Arranz worked in local, state and federal campaigns and was the 2nd Vice President of the Florida Federation of Republican Women and Vice President of the National Republican Women's Network.

Margaret Mankin Barton, principal of Barton Strategies, and associate at Boyle Public Affairs, provides consulting expertise to companies and non-profit organizations in communications, fundraising and management. Her clients include a state minority business development agency, a management consulting group, an international development organization, among others.

Margaret Barton has many years of experience in both government, political and non-profit fundraising and management. Most recently she was Executive Director of the National Women's Business Council, a federal advisory committee whose mandate is to advise the president, Congress and the SBA on policy issues on behalf of women entrepreneurs. Barton has also served at the White House, in senior positions in the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush Administrations.

Barton established a multi-state political action committee, the Republican Network to Elect Women, which identified, supported, and trained Republican women to seek state and local office. Barton was Southwest Regional Finance Director for the Republican National Committee; her territory included states from North Carolina to Arizona. Barton originally joined the staff at the Republican National Committee in the office of major donors. Barton was a PAC Director at the National Republican Senatorial Committee, raising PAC donations for Senate incumbents and challengers. Barton owned her own PAC fundraising company and raised money for Senate and Congressional incumbents and challengers.

Jerry Buchanan is a longtime Orange County grassroots activist, serving as the Central Florida lead in many local, state and federal political campaigns and issues. She is a retired bank executive, philanthropist and a graduate of Vanderbilt University. Governor Charlie Crist appointed Buchanan to the Valencia Community College District Board of Trustees and former Governor Jeb Bush appointed her to the Fifth District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission in 2001. She is active on the Women's Business Council of the Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce and received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council's at its 2009 Women of Distinction Gala.

Jennifer Carroll is Florida's 18th Lieutenant Governor. Carroll was a state legislator for more than seven years, serving the Jacksonville area in District 13 of the Florida House of Representatives, where she was the Majority Whip. Carroll is the first African-American female Republican ever to be elected to the Florida Legislature. She is also the former Executive Director of the Florida Department of Veterans' Affairs. She enlisted in the Navy in 1979 and rose through the ranks starting out as an enlisted Jet Mechanic and retiring a highly decorated Lieutenant Commander Aviation Maintenance Officer after 20 years of service. Carroll is a former Commissioner on the Jacksonville Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women and in 2001 was appointed to the White House Presidential Scholar's Commission by President George W. Bush.

Christine Dudley has 30+ years of professional political and public affairs experience. After serving as the Midwest Regional Political Director for the Republican National Committee from 1999-2002, she launched her own public and political affairs consulting business. From 1993-1999 she service as Executive Director for the Illinois Republican Party. She has worked as campaign manager for races in Indiana, Iowa and Connecticut. In the first Bush Administration, she was a Special Assistant to Secretary of Labor Lynn Martin in the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs. She currently serves on Senator Mark Kirk's Women Advisory Board, Chicago Women in Government Relations and the Illinois Republican State Central Committee. She is the recipient of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series National Coalition Iron Jawed Angel Award in 2007 and the Freedom House's Gallery of Hero and Heroines. Chris attended Indiana University and now resides in Chicago with her fiance attorney Andrew Raucci.

Lisa James is the Arizona State Chair

Denise Grimsley serves Southwest Florida in District 77 of the Florida House of Representatives. She is a fifth generation Floridian and graduated with degrees in Nursing and Organizational Management, later earning an MBA from the University of Miami. Grimsley serves as chair of the House Appropriations Committee and is Co-Chair of the Joint Legislative Budget Commission. She is a Registered Nurse and an independent Health Care Consultant for Avatar International LLC.

Anne Hathaway has lifetime of experience and a record of success at every level of politics and government. From crucial state and local races, issue campaigns and grassroots initiatives, to congressional and presidential politics. Anne is currently President of Hathaway Strategies, a grassroots, public relations company, providing government affairs, grassroots strategy and management and public relations support for state and national organizations, issues campaigns and Fortune 500 companies.

She previously served as Chief of Staff at the Republican National Committee from 2007-2009. During her tenure, the RNC raised over $400 million - more money than at any time in history.Anne also served as the RNC's primary liaison to the White House and the Presidential campaign, as well as to the Republican National Convention, which she helped plan and implement. In addition to leading the day-to-day operations of the RNC, she represented the national party to its constituencies in Washing, on Capital Hill and to all 50 states. Under her guidance, the RNC developed and perfected new voter outreach techniques and groundbreaking voter identification programs. She oversaw the expansion of a cutting edge communications department that developed innovative new initiatives.

A native of Galva, Illinois, and a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Agriculture, Anne's talent, skill and initiative have been recognized since she began her career by working on Congressional races in the early 1980s in her home state. In 1985 she relocated to Washington, DC where she worked in the Office of Public Liaison at the US Dept. of Treasury. Anne served as Scheduler for Marilyn Tucker Quayle during the Bush/Quayle Presidential Campaign. She then served as Transition Director for Mrs. Quayle and went on to serve VP Dan Quayle at the White House as Assistant to the Vice President and Director of Scheduling and Public Liaison. From 1993-1997, she was Executive Director of Dan Quayle's PAC Campaign America. During the 2000 election cycle she served as Executive Director of the Indiana House Republican Campaign Committee. From 2001-2007, she joined the RNC as Regional Political Director for the Great Lakes Region. Anne has been named Program Director for the 2012 Republican National Convention. She served as Co-Chairman of the 2012 Platform Committee for the Indiana Republican Party. She currently serves as Executive Director of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series, a Member on the American Legion Auxiliary Audit Committee, a member of the Board of Directors and Trainer at the Women's Campaign School at Yale University, and CEO of The DataTrust, a national voter file project.

Mary Jean Jensen has served as the South Dakota Republican National Committeewoman since 1996. Jensen was previously President of the S.D. Federation of Republican Women and continues as a member of the NFRW Board of Directors. She started as a local Precinct Committeewoman back in the 1970s when her children were small. Jensen is active in helping elect Republicans in South Dakota. She has four children and ten grandchildren.

Becky Johnson is a 4th generation Kansas Republican and has been involved in Kansas Republican politics since 1967 when she was elected Secretary of her local Teenage Republican group in Anderson County, KS. After serving at all levels of the Linn County Republican Women, District Offices and Kansas Federation of Republican Women, Johnson is currently serving as President of the Kansas Federation of Republican Women and is running for her 2nd term in August 2011. Johnson is a member of the Kansas Republican Party's Executive Board. Johnson is also serving as Co-Chair of the NFRW 36th Biennial Convention in Kansas City, MO this October (2011). She is an NFRW Capitol Regent and was a member of the inaugural class of the Dwight D Eisenhower Excellence in Public Service Series (2006). She is a Partner in M.A.E. Resources, Inc an independent oil producing Kansas Corporation.

Christina Johnson has worked with local, state and federal candidates through the Republican National Committee, the Republican Party of Florida, and her own political consulting firm over the last 25 years. Johnson has also served as Deputy Chief of Staff for the Florida Department of State and communications director for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and the Florida Senate President. She currently represents associations, businesses, civic, community, government, non-profits; including political campaigns, initiatives, issue management, crisis management, and grassroots/grasstops advocacy programs through her public relations firm.

Carole Jean Jordan was Chair of the Republican Party of Florida from 2003 – 2007 and during her tenure was elected Chair of the Republican National Committee's Council of State Chairmen. Prior to this role, she served in leadership positions with the national, state and local Federation of Women organizations and in 2005 was appointed to the President's Commission on White House Fellowships, a program that offers young men and women firsthand experience working at the highest levels of the Federal government. In 2007, Jordan also was appointed by the White House and confirmed by the US Senate to serve as a member of the National Women's Business Council – an advisory board to the White House, Congress, and the Small Business Administration on issues pertinent to women business owners. She currently serves as Indian River County Tax Collector in Vero Beach, Florida.

Jan Larimer is a former Co-Chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) and co-chaired the 2000 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia, where she nominated Dick Cheney to the office of Vice President of the United States. Larimer is currently the Co-Chair of the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, and has served as Wyoming's National Committeewoman since 1988.

As Co-Chairman of the RNC from 2009-2011, Larimer built the RNC Women's Program into a powerful force that helped reshape the 2010 election cycle. Under Larimer's leadership, the RNC Women's Program recruited and trained candidates from coast to coast and built a grassroots network of women activists across the country. The work of the RNC Women's Program helped create the 13-point swing among female voters that powered the historic Republican takeover of the U.S. House in 2010 and for the first time more women voted Republican than Democrat.

Larimer and her husband Jack live in Jackson, WY. They have two adult children, one grandson, and two more grandkids on the way in 2012.

Sue Lowden is the former Chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party (2007-2009). As the a former Nevada State Senator (1993-1997) she served as the Senate Majority whip and earned awards such as the "Guardian of Small Business Award" from the National Federation of Independent Business for her work and commitment to small business. Born in Camden, New Jersey, Lowden is a former Miss New Jersey (1973) and 2nd Runner up to Miss America, receiving her BA in Education from American University in Washington D.C. and her MA from Farleigh Dickinson University in Rutherford, New Jersey. She moved to Las Vegas in 1978 for a job with the local CBS affiliate, KLAS-TV, where she worked as a reporter and anchorwoman until 1987.

Lowden currently serves on the Nevada Medical Board, appointed by former Governor Jim Gibbons after her run for U.S. Senate in 2010 against Majority Leader Harry Reid. She serves on the Muscular Dystrophy Board as National Treasurer as well as on the Miss America Organization board. She is the Executive Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer of Archon Corporation and is the President of the Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall in Laughlin, Nevada.

Annette Meeks is State Board Chair for Minnesota. Annette is founder and CEO of the Freedom Foundation of Minnesota, an independent, non-profit, education and research organization that develops and actively advocates the principles of individual freedom, personal responsibility, economic freedom and limited government. Meeks previously spent nine years at Center of the American Experiment, first as Director of government affairs and public programs and the final two years as President/CEO. Her previous experience was in Washington, D.C. where she was appointed by Congressman Newt Gingrich to serve as a Deputy Chief of Staff upon his swearing in as 50th Speaker of the House. Meeks previously worked with Gingrich for seven years in a variety of leadership positions in DC and Georgia.In 2010, Meeks received Republican endorsement at the State GOP convention to serve as their candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Her running mate was Representative Tom Emmer. The Emmer/Meeks ticket lost the general election by less than 1/2 of one percent. She is a frequent public speaker throughout the state of MN and also provides political commentary on local TV and radio. She is married to Jack Meeks, CEO of The Walker Group. They live in downtown Minneapolis.

Enid Mickelsen is State Board Chair for Utah.

Sandra Mortham has the distinction of being the first woman elected as Republican Leader in the Florida House of Representatives (1992-1994), the first Republican woman to win a Florida Cabinet post, serving as Florida Secretary of State from 1994-1998, and the first person to be twice named as Florida Statesman of the Year. She also served as chair of the Standing Committee during the 1992 Republican National Convention. A native of Pinellas County and a graduate of St. Petersburg Junior College and Eckerd College, Mortham worked as a dental hygienist and personnel director before going into politics. She was elected as a Largo City Commissioner in 1982, became Largo's vice mayor in 1985 and was elected to Florida's House of Representatives in 1986. Mortham served as the CEO of the Florida Medical Association and currently has her own governmental consulting firm.

Cindy Moyle is the State Chair for Idaho.

Rae Ann Kelsch (ND)

Rae Ann Kelsch is the State Chair for North Dakota

Priscilla Rakestraw is the State Chair for Deleware Priscilla Rakestraw was elected as Delaware’s Republican National Committeewoman in 1975 and served until August, 2012. She is the longest serving national committee member for either party in history. She has had leadership roles at nine National Conventions, was a member of the Committee on Arrangements and chaired the Committee on the Call for the 2012 National Convention held in Tampa, Fl. In 1984, as chair of the Credentials Committee, she addressed the Republican National Convention in Dallas, Texas. She has chaired or co-chaired hundreds of local, statewide, and national campaigns, including the Delaware campaigns for President Ronald Reagan, President George H. W. Bush, and President George W. Bush. Priscilla has represented the Republican National Committee and the White House, leading delegations to Scotland, England, Mexico, and Taiwan.

She is an advocate for women in leadership, politics and government and has encouraged and enabled women to take leadership roles—and to seek elective office. Most importantly, she is a strong believer in the philosophy, "you do well when you do ‘good’, and is a tireless advocate for volunteering in community and charitable activities, events, and organizations.

Priscilla became the Development Director for the Ministry of Caring in November, 2012 and states "my roots are deep in the Ministry”. Priscilla joined the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition in April, 2005 as Development Director and quickly developed a passion for the life-saving fight against breast cancer.

Priscilla’s work experiences include her career in human resources and career development at the Du Pont Company; elected office as New Castle County Register in Chancery for the nationally renowned Delaware Court of Chancery (the first woman elected to that position); and Development Director for Wilmington University. She helped developed the Company’s sexual harassment and substance abuse programs, presenting these programs at sites throughout the country. In addition, she was given assignments in California and Singapore.

She appears frequently on local and national radio and television programs and has spoken to national audiences on radio, television and national publications on politics, government, the fight against breast cancer, and now on homelessness and hunger.

Leslie Saunders is president of Leslie Saunders - Insurance, Benefits and Marketing. Leslie Saunders is one of the country's premier woman-owned insurance, training and marketing firms and is the only Women Business Enterprise/Disadvantaged Business Enterprise insurance agency certified in all 50 states and U.S. airports and by Women's Business Enterprise National Council. A member of many business-focused organizations and a small business advocate, Saunders participated in the National Women's Business Council 1988 Women's Economic Summit, the President's Woman Entrepreneurship Conference in Washington, DC and was awarded the Working Woman's Excellence Award in 2001.

Jacque Stafford is a native Coloradian and life long Republican, first working on the Barry Goldwater for President campaign. Stafford is a long-time member of the Federation of Republican Women and served as club president, state president and other offices. Stafford also served on Colorado Civil Rights Commission for 12 years, as a Commissioner and Chair, under three State Governors. For 25 years, she served on the Board of Ute Water Conservation District, the largest Western Slope water provider, and helped form the Colorado Water Utility Council to bring water systems into compliance and ensure safe drinking water to Colorado citizens and the state's tourist industry.

Jean Thrasher is a longtime community and political activist in the Jacksonville, Florida region. She has worked alongside her husband in many of his political campaigns over the last 20 years, including Clay County School Board, Florida House of Representatives and the Florida Senate. Thrasher is married to Senator John Thrasher and has three children and eight grandchildren.

Christine Toretti is State Chair for Pennsylvania.A pioneer in many walks of life, Christine Toretti is the former Chairman and CEO of the S. W. Jack Drilling Co., the largest privately-held land-based drilling company in the United States. She also serves on various corporate boards around the nation. Her astute business acumen, her ability to transcend gender-biases in the workplace, and her reputation as a business turn-around expert, make her a much sought-after advisor.

Christine serves on many non-profit boards including the International Medical Corps, and the Gettysburg Foundation. Christine is the Founder and Chair of both the Anne B. Anstine Excellence in Public Service Series in Pennsylvania and the Dodie Londen Excellence in Public Service Series in Arizona, training programs designed to educate, empower and advance Republican women.

Governor Tom Ridge so respected Christine's leadership that fifteen years ago, he appointed her to Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education and subsequently adopted a plan she crafted to fund investments in higher education in new and innovative ways. Governor Mark Schweiker appointed her as his representative on the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission. President George W. Bush appointed her to the Rural Telephone Bank where she served as Vice Chair. In 2007, she was elected Chair of the Committee of 200, an organization of the most influential female CEOs in the world. She is also a founding member of the Belizean Grove.

With a family tradition of political activism, Christine has been recognized as an extraordinary fundraiser for candidates and party organizations in the local, state, and national arena and serves as National Committeewoman of Pennsylvania to the Republican National Committee. A force within her industry, the Bush administration sought her input by placing her on the National Petroleum Council and the U.S. Secretary of Energy’s Advisory Board.

Kay VanSant is very active in the National Federation of Republican Women, the Republican Party, and her community. For NFRW, Kay currently serves as Chairman of the Leadership Development Committee. Previously she served two terms as the Legislative Committee Chairman and as the Advocacy Chairman. Kay has also served on the NFRW Board as the Vice Chairman, Membership, and Vice Chairman of Public Relations. Kay has been a Regent since 1989, and was a charter member of the NFRW Trust.

Kay is a past President of the Arizona Federation of Republican Women, and in Arizona has served as Region VIII Director, (two terms), Treasurer, (two terms), Convention Chairman (twice), Newsletter Editor, Corresponding Secretary, and Leadership Development Chairman. She served in many offices at the Club level of the Federation in Arizona. Since moving to Alabama in 2005, Kay has served the Alabama Federation as Leadership Development Chairman, Legislative Chairman, and currently is serving as the AFRW 4th Vice President, Program Chairman. She founded the Cherokee County Republican Women, and is in her third term as their President.

In the Republican Party, Kay was a Precinct Committeeman in Arizona, and served as Precinct Captain, and a State Committeeman. She served as Chairman of District 28 Republican Committee, and also served District 28 as Secretary, Social Events Chairman, Bylaws Chairman, and PC Training and Education Chairman. Kay has served as Co-Chairman of the Finance Committee for the Maricopa County Republican Committee. Kay served on the State Executive Committee as AFRW President, District 28 Chairman, Chaplain of the state Party (two terms), and as State Precinct Committeeman Training Chairman. In the community in Arizona, Kay was a Maricopa Medical Center volunteer, having served two terms as President of the Maricopa Medical Center Auxiliary, as well as Vice President, Membership Chairman, and Project Development Chairman. Kay was a founding member of Friends of Maricopa Medical Center, a major fundraising organization to support the County Hospital. Kay was a member of the Assistance League of Phoenix where she served as Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer, Finance Chairman, and two terms as Second Vice President, Chairman for Philanthropic Projects, and two terms as Chairman of Strategic Planning. In 2005, after returning to her native Alabama, Kay transferred her membership to the Assistance League of Atlanta where she has served on the Strategic Planning and Education Committees. Kay has served on the National Assistance League Committee on Philanthropic Programs since 2004, and is Program Consultant for 11 local Assistance League chapters throughout the country.

Since moving to Alabama, Kay serves on the Executive Committee for Cherokee County Republican Committee, and continues to work toward strengthening the Republican Party in her county. She is very active in her church, and is currently Chairman of the Administrative Board, and serves on the Finance Committee. She is also President of United Methodist Women in her church, and also serves as Secretary on the Cheaha District UMW. Kay’s professional background is in Education as a Secondary School Teacher for eight years in Math, Science and Social Studies; and twelve years with the American Cancer Society as Director of Program and Administration, and as Medical Affairs Director. Kay has developed management training manuals for the American Cancer Society, and the MMC Auxiliary, as well as Membership, Leadership Development and Advocacy materials for NFRW. She conducts nationwide Workshops on these subjects. Kay is a graduate of Auburn University with a B.S. degree in Education. She is married to a retired physician and has an adult daughter and three grandchildren.

Susan "Suzi" Voyles is a longtime resident of Sandy Springs, Georgia, and was involved in its move for independence from the city of Atlanta. Believing that government closest to the people is the best form of governance is a legacy passed down through multiple generations of her family. Voyles traces her roots to the Fullers who sailed over on the Mayflower in order to worship freely in a reformed manner and to family who were instrumental in the founding documents and principles of the United States. Just as many of her family fought for the independence of the Colonies from Great Britian, Voyles believes that the continued vigilance over these freedoms is a matter of stewardship to preserve our liberty.

Voyles is currently the President of the Georgia Federation of Republican Women. Most recently, she worked on campaign efforts of Tom Price, Johnny Isakson, was Chairman of Georgia Women for McCain, and was actively involved in the Federation in campaigns of Austin Scott and Mike Keown as well as every Constitutional Officer in Georgia. She has been a delegate to both state and national GOP Conventions and currently is a voting member of the Board of Directors of the National Federation of Republican Women and serves on its Membership Committee and Fundraising Committee.

Voyles is on the Southeastern Advocacy Board for the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, Georgia Home School Association, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the NRA and the P.E.O. Suzi and her husband Jim have three daughters and one son-in-law.

Teresa Wood is the State Chair for Tennessee.

Founders

Judith Albertelli Pixie Livingston
Donna Allocco Kathy Mears
Judy Arranz Anne McWhorter Fanelli
Beverly Austin Deborah Mortham
Margaret Barton Sandra Mortham
Marsha (Marty) Bowen Rep. Jeannette Nunez
Nancy Bradley Yvonne Opfell
Congresswoman Ginny Brown-Waite Katie Orrico
Jerry Buchanan Rep. Kathleen Passidomo
Lieutenant Governor Jennifer Carroll Katie Posey
Dianne Costa Leslie Saunders
Rep. Faye Culp Patricia Schwartz
Senator Denise Grimsley Linda Teetz
Rep. Gayle Harrell Jean Thrasher
Elvira Hasty Nancy Torchia Riley
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins Borah Van Dormolen
Becky Johnson Nancy Watkins
Christina Johnson Rep. Dana Young
Carole Jean Jordan Mary Jean Jensen
Shakra Junejo
Jan Larimer

Maggie's List 2013-2014 Governors

Christine Toretti (PA) Katie Orrico (DC)
Christine Dudley (IL) Becky Johnson (KS)
Christina Johnson (FL) Carole Jean Jordan (FL)
Leslie Saunders (FL) Nancy Bradley (FL)
Sandra Mortham (FL) Jan Larimer (WY)
Carrie Almond (MO)

Maggie's List 2013-2014 Platinum Trustees

Dr. E. Shane French (LA) Dr. Deepti Sadhwani (FL)
Susan Alvarado (VA) Jan Larimer (WY)
Mary Jean Jensen (SD) James Balli (GA)

Maggie's List 2013-2014 Trustees

Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson (TX) Senator Florence Shapiro (TX)
Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito (WV) Congresswoman Kay Granger (TX)
Congresswoman Virginia Foxx (NC) Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins (KS)
Florida Senator Lizbeth Benacquisto(FL-30) Florida Rep. Heather Fitzenhagen (FL-78)
Congressman Dan Webster (FL-10) Congressman Bill Posey (FL-08)
Georgia Senator Joshua McKoon (GA-29) Alice Munger (LA)
Hon. Adam and Jillian Hasner (FL) Dr. Samuel Sadow (FL)
Miriam Hellreich (HI) Sue Lowden (NV)
Kimberly Mulcahy (IL) Nancy Watkins (FL)
Borah VanDormolen (TX) Sharon Day (FL)
Nancy Boston (TX) Christina Johnson (FL)
Virginia Starrett (NV) Linda Teetz (FL)
Demetra DeMonte (IL) Mary Jean Jensen (SD)
Linda McMahon (CT) Carrie Almond (MO)
Connie Nicholas (ND) Judith Albertelli (FL)
Jerry Buchanan (FL) Elaine Coppola (FL)
Wendy Pepe (FL) Jo Quittschreiber (FL)
Bob Stork (FL) Hon. Denise Grimsley (FL)
Susan Bari (NY) Ellen Berry (FL)
Cheryl Billings (FL) Bari Blanks (LA)
Donald Bollinger (LA) Ronald Book (FL)
Cindy Sue Clark (HI) Carl Domino (FL)
Anne Hathaway (IN) Nan Hayworth (NY)
Dawn Hoffman (FL) Blaise Ingoglia (FL)
Adam Levine (TN) Shane Platt (FL)
Julie Quinn (LA) Jim Rathburn (FL)
Harish Sadhwani (FL) Sara Trollinger (FL)
Robin Dozier Otten (NM)