Leadership Team

Executive Team

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Kimberly Fletcher

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.

Amy Clark

Amy Clark is the Vice-President of Moms for America and the former Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. Amy Clark is a 6th generation Texan, born and raised in Dallas County, and a graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio. Afterwards, she worked in the Washington, D.C., area with the National Rifle Association. Upon moving back to the Lone Star State, she has worked as a freelance marketing consultant for a variety of groups, events and campaigns. On the political front, Clark has been a precinct chairman, an election judge, a county chairman, a state Republican Executive committeewoman, and served two terms as the Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. She is currently serving as the Vice-President and Media Director for Moms for America. Clark resides on a ranch in south Texas with her husband, a wildlife business consultant, and their three children. An NRA life member and former homeschool mom, Clark is passionate about sharing her faith, her love of the Constitution and an understanding of legislative process with other Texans. She has a special heart for the conservative young women of today who need to be encouraged in standing up for their values and making their voice heard.

Karen Vaughn

Karen Vaughn is the mother of fallen US Navy SEAL, Aaron Carson Vaughn (SEAL Team VI). On August 6, 2011 Aaron was killed in action in the Tangi River Valley of Afghanistan when a chopper (call sign Extortion 17) carrying thirty Americans was shot from the sky while rushing into battle. Losing Aaron changed everything...and put Karen on a new path.

Over the past seven years, Karen has emerged on the national scene as a powerful spokeswoman for not only our defenders still fighting on foreign soil and securing peace across the globe, but also as an advocate for a better, stronger, more resilient America.

Carrying on Aaron’s legacy has brought this Gold Star mother through the halls of Congress, into private meetings with Presidents Bush, Obama, and Trump, into two National Press Conferences, onto dozens of national television sets, including CNN, NBC, The Blaze, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel and more. She’s had well over one hundred appearances on national radio programs and has been featured on large stages across this country as a keynote speaker, including a guest speaker position during opening night of the 2016 Republican National Convention.

In 2017 Karen became the bestselling author of World Changer: A Mother’s Story.

Karen spent four years as a keynote speaker for Concerned Veterans for America's Defend Freedom Tour - speaking alongside noteables such as Pete Hegseth, Oliver North, Col. Allen West, and more, and has served as a keynote speaker for Fairway Independent Mortgage’s American Warrior Initiative since January 2017.

She has been married to Billy Vaughn since 1980. They have three children, Aaron, Tara, and Ana and six grandchildren.

For more information, visit: www.officialkarenvaughn.com

Tamara J. Hulse

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.

Juleen Jackson

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.

Kimberly Fletcher

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.

Amy Clark

Amy Clark is the Vice-President of Moms for America and the former Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. Amy Clark is a 6th generation Texan, born and raised in Dallas County, and a graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio. Afterwards, she worked in the Washington, D.C., area with the National Rifle Association. Upon moving back to the Lone Star State, she has worked as a freelance marketing consultant for a variety of groups, events and campaigns. On the political front, Clark has been a precinct chairman, an election judge, a county chairman, a state Republican Executive committeewoman, and served two terms as the Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. She is currently serving as the Vice-President and Media Director for Moms for America. Clark resides on a ranch in south Texas with her husband, a wildlife business consultant, and their three children. An NRA life member and former homeschool mom, Clark is passionate about sharing her faith, her love of the Constitution and an understanding of legislative process with other Texans. She has a special heart for the conservative young women of today who need to be encouraged in standing up for their values and making their voice heard.

Karen Vaughn

Karen Vaughn is the mother of fallen US Navy SEAL, Aaron Carson Vaughn (SEAL Team VI). On August 6, 2011 Aaron was killed in action in the Tangi River Valley of Afghanistan when a chopper (call sign Extortion 17) carrying thirty Americans was shot from the sky while rushing into battle. Losing Aaron changed everything...and put Karen on a new path.

Over the past seven years, Karen has emerged on the national scene as a powerful spokeswoman for not only our defenders still fighting on foreign soil and securing peace across the globe, but also as an advocate for a better, stronger, more resilient America.

Carrying on Aaron’s legacy has brought this Gold Star mother through the halls of Congress, into private meetings with Presidents Bush, Obama, and Trump, into two National Press Conferences, onto dozens of national television sets, including CNN, NBC, The Blaze, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel and more. She’s had well over one hundred appearances on national radio programs and has been featured on large stages across this country as a keynote speaker, including a guest speaker position during opening night of the 2016 Republican National Convention.

In 2017 Karen became the bestselling author of World Changer: A Mother’s Story.

Karen spent four years as a keynote speaker for Concerned Veterans for America's Defend Freedom Tour - speaking alongside noteables such as Pete Hegseth, Oliver North, Col. Allen West, and more, and has served as a keynote speaker for Fairway Independent Mortgage’s American Warrior Initiative since January 2017.

She has been married to Billy Vaughn since 1980. They have three children, Aaron, Tara, and Ana and six grandchildren.

For more information, visit: www.officialkarenvaughn.com

Debbie Kraulidis

Amy Clark is the Vice-President of Moms for America and the former Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. Amy Clark is a 6th generation Texan, born and raised in Dallas County, and a graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio. Afterwards, she worked in the Washington, D.C., area with the National Rifle Association. Upon moving back to the Lone Star State, she has worked as a freelance marketing consultant for a variety of groups, events and campaigns. On the political front, Clark has been a precinct chairman, an election judge, a county chairman, a state Republican Executive committeewoman, and served two terms as the Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. She is currently serving as the Vice-President and Media Director for Moms for America. Clark resides on a ranch in south Texas with her husband, a wildlife business consultant, and their three children. An NRA life member and former homeschool mom, Clark is passionate about sharing her faith, her love of the Constitution and an understanding of legislative process with other Texans. She has a special heart for the conservative young women of today who need to be encouraged in standing up for their values and making their voice heard.

Brianna Pradia

Brianna Pradia is a devoted follower of Jesus Christ. As the third of nine children, a homeschool graduate, and Air Force BRAT, there was barely a dull moment growing up! Brianna graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Louisiana Baptist University, served as communications coordinator for a small nonprofit, and administrative assistant at a law firm before starting her own freelance business supporting small business owners with administrative and communications services. Brianna is passionate about discipling young people. She loves leading Bible study for her local church and is seeking to pursue a certification in Biblical counseling. She also enjoys singing, cooking, and exploring the Texas Hill Country she calls home. Above all, Brianna desires to see out the truth and communicate it graciously within the church and beyond.

Lisa Cummins

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.

Marvina Case

Marvina is first a foremost a homemaker, a proud wife and mother. Marvina is a Christian, Constitutional Conservative, cancer and rape survivor, and philanthropist who has been in business development and global 360° business transformations/software solutions for more than 20 years. She attended Purdue University and has an MBA. Marvina started her first business at 17 years old at Perdue, and has since originated business lines in 26 countries, selling in 42. Marvina takes personal pride in helping 55 mothers personally get off welfare and become self-sufficient with sacrificing time with their children. Mother to many both domestic and internationally, Marvina has hosted 102 exchange students and mothered 100s of orphans. She resides in Texas with her husband and three young daughters.

Gwen Easter

Gwen Easter is the owner of Safe Haven Early Childhood Preschool Education Academy and the founder of Safe Haven Community Center, which she has operated for more than 18 years. She is a Dyslexia advocate and parent/child advocate supporting families and other preschools. She operates Safe Haven Parent Network for child-care providers and parents in the Omaha, Nebraska region, She was appointed by Governor Pete Ricketts to serve as a member of the state’s Early Childhood Interagency Coordination Council to be an influential voice for family child-care businesses. Gwen serves as a minister at Judah Kingdom Center in Omaha, Nebraska.

Shelby Thomas

Bio to come.

Cassie Fletcher

Cassie is a graduate of Southern Virginia University and holds an MFA from Creighton University. She currently teaches at Bellevue University in Bellevue, Nebraska, and operates a blog for aspiring writers. Cassie is the second oldest of eight children which has given her plenty of “mother” time when mom wasn't around! She has not yet officially entered the ranks for motherhood but looks forward to the day when that part of her life begins! In the meantime, she is enjoying her life teaching, editing, writing and mentoring those who aspire to write.

Matt Waters

Bio coming soon.

Chris Woodfin

Bio coming soon.

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