Executive Director & Event Organizer
Kimberly Fletcher is the wife a retired Air Force officer, mother of 8 children and president and founder of Homemakers for America. She is the author of “WOMEN: America’s Last Best Hope”, contributing writer with The Blaze and Townhall.com and radio host on Omaha’s The Answer a Salem Broadcasting station. Labeled by the media as “an unabashed America-loving homemaker,” Kimberly 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.
Director Outreach & Communications
Ellen Wheeler is an American actor, director, and producer. She has appeared in several soap operas and won two Emmys for her performances. In 1996, she has also starred in roles in various TV shows including Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Ellen has worked with FreedomwWorks in Public Relations and was the content manager for the Glenn Beck program. Ellen is a powerful spokesman on many issues and is particularly active in parents rights issues and providing information on Common Core, federal education standards, and the rights and responsibilities of parents in the education of their children.
Marvina Rae Case
Outreach Liaison & Modern Moms Ambassador
Marvina is first and 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 degree business transformations and software solutions for over 20 years. She attended Purdue University and has an MBA. Marvina started her first business at 17 years old at Purdue University 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 without sacrificing time with their children. Mother to many both domestic and internationally; Marvina has hosted 102 exchange students and mothered 100’s of orphans. She resides in Texas with her husband and three young daughters.
Director Partner Relations
Tammy Kobza lives in Northwest Iowa and has served as State Director for Phyllis Schlafly Eagles of Iowa since 2009 (Formerly known as Iowa Eagle Forum). Like many mothers, Tammy became engaged in defending America’s great founding after watching the cultural landscape of our nation disintegrate over the last 15+ years. She has worked on numerous campaigns at the local, state and federal level. In 2012, Governor Branstad appointed Tammy to serve on the Judicial Nomination Commission for the Sioux City Judicial District (6 year term). She is also a GOP Central Committee member for Sioux County. Tammy has been actively in involved in home-schooling organizations and the Iowa Grassroots coalition which pulls like-minded Iowans together to work to restore our Constitutional Republic. She currently works for The FAMiLY Leader as the Northwest Iowa Church Ambassador which brings pastors to the elected officials in Des Moines for prayerful support and encouragement. Tammy and her husband Bruce are members of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Orange City, Iowa. They are the parents of two grown children, Grant and Olivia.
Director State & Local Events
Dawn is one of the “mothers of the movement” as she was one of 22 from Top Conservatives on Twitter people who planned and executed simultaneous tea parties across the country on February 27, 2009. Dawn has spent the last ten years working on policy issues such as health care and immigration through her own California not for profit organization the Southern California Tax Revolt Coalition Inc (SCTRC) , in San Diego, California. Dawn also coordinates an active coalition of conservative groups in California which has 330 leaders throughout the state that works on local and state policy issues. Dawn has been a part of the planning of over 70 events in Californian and across the United States dealing with policy issues as they are faced by the American family.
Director Online Resources
Cassie 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 time “mother” when mom wasn’t around. She has not yet officially met that special someone or entered the ranks of motherhood but she 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.
Sandy Holder Steele
Sandy H. Steele was born in Vernal, Utah the youngest of four children. At the age of five her family moved from Vernal to Tracy, California where she was raised. After graduating from West High she began college at Brigham Young University – Idaho, where she attended for one year.
Sandy is now a single mother and graduated in April 2016 with her BA in English from Southern Utah University. She currently is working on many writing projects in between raising a son and owning an editing service and literary journal.
Brittney Bassett is the wife of Darren and mother to their three daughters Brynna, Brooklyn, and Raeleigh. She graduated from Utah State University with a dual BFA degree in graphic design and photography in 2010, and in 2012 started her business, Bassett Design. In 2015 Brittney and Darren expanded the business to include printing apparel and promotional products.
Brittney enjoys helping other mompreneurs and small business owners with their dreams through her talents of quick and simple designs or putting their brand on fun items. She loves working from home where she can work around raising her children instead of raising her children around work.
Director of Promotion & Media Relations
Barbara Day, M.S., R.D., C.N., is a registered dietitian and former publisher and nutrition editor of Kentuckiana Healthy Woman and Kentuckiana HealthFitness magazine. She is the publisher of an online health and wellness magazine, www.kentuckianahealthwellness.com, where she blogs about nutrition and health topics and posts healthy recipes. Barbara has developed programs for the Alaska Department of Education, the Navy SEALs, the Clarksville (TN) School District, Humana, and Jewish Hospital. An avid runner, cyclist, and hiker, Barbara is the mother of three grown sons and grandmother of 13. She and her husband Ordie have been married for over 44 years.