Board of Advisors
Martha Boneta is a farmer at Liberty Farm in Paris, Virginia. A native Virginian, Martha grew up in Mt. Vernon on what she was told was a part of George Washington’s vast farmland. Growing up, her family always had kitchen gardens and it was Martha’s childhood dream to be a Virginia farmer and now she lives that dream at Liberty Farm. Martha sits on a Congressional Property Rights Caucus Roundtable with national leaders concerning property rights. Her story of how she fought the government when they tried to take her family farm was featured in the documentary “Farming in Fear” which received the “Peoples Choice Award.” Martha currently serves at the Executive Vice President of Citizens for the Republic which was founded by Ronald Reagan in 1977.
Donna Rice Hughes
Donna Rice Hughes, President and CEO of Enough Is Enough (EIE) is an internationally known Internet safety expert, author, speaker and film producer. Since 1994, she has been a pioneering leader on the frontlines of U.S. efforts to make the Internet safer for children and families by implementing a three-pronged strategy of the public, the technology industry and legal community sharing the responsibility to protect children online. This strategy has been adopted by industry and governments worldwide.
Nancy was personally moved by 9-11 and, recognizing the President’s role in keeping our country safe, she founded Security Moms 4 Bush in 2004 for the Presidential election. She and her husband of 20 years have twin daughter blessings. She currently is Director of Operations for Family Security Matters. After receiving her MBA, she held senior client relations positions and was also a Catholic School Religion teacher. She was awarded the 2005 Advancement of Women Award by the Westchester County Women’s Republicans. She was an officer of a Franciscan 3rd Order Fraternity, a member of the National Alumni Board and Chapter Alumni President for St. Bonaventure University. She continues various volunteer activities.