Labeled by the media as “an unabashed America-loving homemaker,” Kimberly Fletcher is the president and founder of Moms for America, executive director of the Moms March Movement, author of “WOMEN: America’s Last Best Hope” radio host on Omaha’s The Answer, and contributing writer with Townhall.com. Kimberly is the wife of a retired Air Force Officer and mother of 8 children, who has made it her personal mission to educate and inspire the women of America to realize their immeasurable worth and powerful influence on society simply by being who they are. Though she travels all over the country speaking and sharing her love of liberty, her most favorite place is cuddled up on the couch with her children and a good book. Kimberly has appeared on Fox News and several national and local media outlets.
As a mom of three, Debbie has successfully combined a dynamic career in the television entertainment industry, politics, special events and music. For over 25 years she has produced live special events including The Chicago Films Critics’ Awards and The Chicago Comedy Awards. Her resume includes working for many of the top-rated national television shows primarily covering national news stories, celebrities and movie premiers.
Debbie’s experience also includes hosting a nationally syndicated music video show, a Chicago-based magazine show and being an on-air radio contributor. Debbie has passionately utilized her professional experience serving the conservative and pro-family movement. The Moms March Rally, CPAC – Chicago, and Right Nation are just a few of the national events she has produced. In her home state, she has been very involved in advocating for conservative policies and causes. Debbie has proudly served on the leadership team of several Congressional, State Representative, County and Township campaigns, culminating in becoming an elected official herself in her community.
When not producing or working in the political landscape, she enjoys singing with her own band, and as a duet with her daughter Haley. Debbie shares her inspirational original music at various events, churches and banquets.
Debbie says her greatest treasures are her husband Tim and their three amazing children, Noah, Haley and Dylan. For more about Debbie visit -Debkmusic.com
Juleen Jackson is the mother of seven children, two of whom were lost in infancy. Juleen has actively served her community everywhere she’s lived including serving as the Vice President for the DC Chapter of American Mothers, the President of the United Women’s Forum, a Certified Instructor for the Thomas Jefferson Center and in supporting her husband, Al’s service in the Utah State Senate. She has conducted seminars, and organized events where community leaders speak to their constituents on issues that strengthen family and inspire political action. Just to keep things close to home, Juleen teaches a weekly constitutional class in her neighborhood called The Sisters of Liberty. While Juleen’s accomplishments are many she recognizes that it is "the work I do within the 4 walls of my home that has the power to change the world — to perpetuate and improve on what the Lord and the Founders of this great nation gave us." Juleen and her family live in the Washington D.C. metro area and love being surrounded by the beauty and history of our nation's capital.
Tammy and her husband, Dale, are parents of three sons and four daughters. Tammy is the second of 13 children and believes firmly in creating strong families. She earned a B.S. in Medical Dietetics from Utah State University. Tammy chose to be a stay at home mom, believing that her role as a Homemaker is the most important work she will ever do. She maintains a busy schedule serving her husband and children. In her spare time, she has volunteered at the local school serving as PTA President, Treasurer, Leadership VP, and Family Life VP. She has also organized several 4-H clubs in her neighborhood to teach children the art of sewing, cooking, and family life. She has also served in the Boy Scout organization as a merit badge counselor and Cub Den Leader. Tammy loves America, freedom, and our great heritage. She has served as the Utah State Coordinator of Home Makers for America and the Abigail Adams Project. Tammy is dedicated to defending and teaching the US Constitution in the tradition of the Founding Fathers. Her passion is to empower people with the truth. She is dedicated to teaching the truth about our country’s history and Constitution, truth about God, and truth about families and the significant role of the homemaker and mother.
Vivian D Brown holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Business Administration. She served as the communication director and speech writer for a county political party as well as a winning campaign manager. Vivian was honored twice by the Texas Federation of Republican Women at their biannual Tribute to Women luncheon. She is a fierce advocate for our flag and believes the most important job a parent has is to raise a good citizen. Vivian has worked with Texas State Law Makers to introduce a bill requiring the Proper Care and Display of the United States and Texas Flags for all Texas schools. After battling a local charter school for a year over the lack of care for our flags, Vivian successful worked to have the Flag protocol changed throughout all their locations. Vivian is a proud mother of two wonderful daughters. Her husband, Cannie Brown, is a staunch supporter of her efforts to change the world one mom at a time.
Though born in Canada, Lisa grew up in the United States and obtained her Naturalization Citizenship in 2009. She has been civically active in her community, including serving on community and citizen leadership positions. Lisa is a co-founder of Utahns Against Common Core, and operates the blog Political Cummins and Goings. In 2016, Lisa was elected to the Utah State Board of Education, where she was an advocate for liberty, parental rights, student data privacy, and other fundamental values. Lisa was participant at the very first MomsTalk event, in 2018, speaking about Classical Liberal Arts Education and the history of women who fought for the cause of freedom and liberty. Lisa and her husband, Don, are the parents of five children. As her children have attended public, charter, and home schools, Lisa has experienced the pros and cons of each system, which gives her a unique experience and a great asset to the Moms for America team overseeing all facets of our educational programs and resources.