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Never forget that all of our OFRW elected officers have unique knowledge regarding the "inside" of the OFRW and NFRW. Each would be very glad to arrange a visit to your club to speak on their insights and experiences. Most have also served as officers on the local club level and thus, can give some tips and pointers regarding the demands encountered. Your President's Leadership Manual has a list of the OFRW's current officers and all of their contact information.  To access the email address for each, 
Click HERE
All of the elected State Level Officials (Executive Branch Officials) also have district representatives all over Ohio whose job it is to represent their boss and their boss's office within that district. These district representatives are wonderful contacts to request as speakers for your clubs. Just contact the office of any of the State Elected Officials (Attorney General DeWine, Auditor Dave Yost, Governor John Kasich, Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, Secretary of State Jon Husted, Treasurer Josh Mandel, , Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor) and ask who their Representative is for your District.
Click HERE to find links to each official's office
The following have agreed to
 speak to your clubs as their schedules allow

If you have any suggestions for speakers/topics you would like to have
made available for your club (and other clubs) please contact
OFRW Program Chair Eva Wray
[email protected]
Additionally, we would like your feedback on any
 of the following speakers that you have asked to come to your club.
Thank you
 1. Kate Burch
Topic: 19th Amendment

Kate Burch is the OFRW Political Education and Legislative Chair. She has graciously agreed to make herself available to speak to OFRW Clubs regarding passage of the 19th Amendment -- which forbids the U.S. Government from interferring with women's right to vote. The 100th  anniversary of the passage and ratification of the 19th Amendment is approaching -- so her topic is very timely.

Click HERE to emial
Her  number is (937) 224-4422

 2. Aaron Rourke
Topic: River Conservation

Aaron Rourke is president of Rivers Unlimited, Ohio's statewide river conservation leader.  Everyone lives in a watershed, invite Aaron to your club to speak and learn more about yours and how to protect/preserve it. Aaron also works with Hope Taft in conjunction with the gardens at the Ohio State Governor's Mansion.
Click HERE to visit his website
Click HERE to emial
His number is (513) 761-4003

 3. Carl Ruby
Topic: Immigration

Carl Ruby is a consultant working with Bibles, Badges & Business, and is very knowledgable on the subject of immigration reform. He has agreed to make himself available to our women's clubs. His time is very limited, so 
please try to ensure that any event he is requested to attend will have a good sized audience.
Click HERE to visit his website
Click HERE to emial
His number is (937) 305-9068

 4. Bob Sillman
Topic: Agenda 21
Click HERE to email
(419) 506-0702
(419) 258- 3164
 5. David H. Garrison, J.D.
Dean of School of Business and Government
Ohio Christian University
Host of "Faith & LIberty" talk show
Click HERE to email Dr. Garrison
Office: (740) 477-7726 ext. 2  
Dave will give a behind the scenes look at the political process in America, explain what it will take for a conservative to win the White House in 2016, and describe just how large the ideological gap is between conservatives and America. Dave gives solutions and not just sound bites. Click HERE to read more.
 6. Eileen DeRolf
Topic: Agenda 21
Click HERE to email Eileen.
(614) 204-4730
Eileen has a VERY informative website regarding Agenda 21 -- geared to explain what it is, its goals and how it is working to achieve them. Click HERE to access her short, yet comprehensive, course regarding Agenda 21.
 7. Justice Judith French
Ohio Supreme Court
Supreme Court of Ohio
65 South Front Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Click HERE to email
(614) 387-9000
 8. Justice Sharon Kennedy
Ohio Supreme Court
Supreme Court of Ohio
65 South Front Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Click HERE to email
 9. Josh Mandel
Treasurer of the State of Ohio
Topic: Government Transparency
Topic: Managing Tax Dollars.
Contact for Treasurer Mandel is
Scott Guthrie
Click HERE to email
(440) 554-7112

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine
Topic: Programs to Protect Ohio Residents
30 East Broad Street, 14th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Click HERE to email a request
Website: http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/
(800) 282-0515 or  (614) 387-3415
 11. Ohio Secretary of State John Husted
Topic: Election Integrity
180 East Broad Street—16th Floor 16
Columbus, OH 43215
Click HERE to email
(614) 387-7323
Jeanne Bolton
NFRW Leadership Committee
Topic: OFRW Leadership Development Program
Jeanne and Kathy Wise (Leadership Development Co-chair) will coordinate efforts to provide a program on Leadership for your club. Please contact Jeanne at:
121 Cassidy Court
Granville, Ohio   43023
(740) 587-4248
Click HERE to email
13. Tammy Puff
OFRW Digital Photography Chair
Tammy has generously agreed to make herself available, if possible, to take photos of events around the state. She travels Ohio extensively and has said that if she is in your area when an event is being held, she will be happy to attend and take some photographs. This would also facilitate our adding those pictures to the OFRW website.
Click HERE to email
(419) 565-8795 - cell

NOTE:  Tammy traveled extensively with the Romney Campaign as photographer and might even be convinced to speak regarding some of the experiences she had during that time period. Additionally, she has spoken regarding Religion in Politics. She might be willing to speak to your club regarding that -- if her schedule would permit.

Jennifer Hargett
The Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center
    The Center, located at the James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, is currently offering speakers, free of charge, to address central Ohio organizations about the importance of breast health. Members of the Speakers' Bureau, comprised of nationally recognized experts, are available to speak to your organization about a range of topics, including (but not limited to): 
•    breast cancer prevention
•    how to maintain good breast health
•    the role of genetics
•    he latest research and clinical trials
    Just call (614) 293-2806 and they will be happy to arrange an expert speaker on any topic of interest to your group.
    Additionally, they would love to host your group for a free tour of the Breast Center. The Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center (http://cancer.osu.edu/go/breastcenter) is the first of its kind in the Midwest to offer a full spectrum of personalized breast care services ranging from preventive screening through detection, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship – all under one roof and with expert physicians and researchers who are dedicated to making – and keeping – you well. Krista Morris of the Center says, "We look forward to hearing from you regarding how we can be of assistance to you and your group."

15. Rhonda Reda
Topic: Fracking
Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program
Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Foundation
Ohio Energy Proud

    The Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) is a non-profit statewide education and public outreach program. Created in 1998, OOGEEP provides a variety of programs throughout the State of Ohio. These programs primarily focus on teacher workshopsscholarshipsscience fairfirefighter trainingindustry training,  careers and workforce development, researchlandowner and guest speaker programs.
   OOGEEP has gained respect from a variety of target markets by earning a reputation as a state and nationally recognized program. Providing factual information about the crude oil and natural gas industry, many programs have related curriculum and materials that meet state and national standards.
   OOGEEP is not a state agency and does not utilize any tax payer dollars to fund these educational programs.
    OOGEEP is not politically active and does not engage in public policy.
OOGEEP is located at P. O. Box 87, 1718 Columbus Road SW, Granville, OH 43023 Click HERE for website To Email Rhonda, click HERE
(740) 587-0410
16. Shawn Bennett
Topic: Fracking
Energy In Depth
(EID) - the Ohio Project
EID is a research, education and public outreach campaign focused on getting the facts out about the promise and potential of responsibly developing America’s onshore energy resource base – especially abundant sources of oil and natural gas from shale and other “tight” reservoirs across the country. It’s an effort that benefits directly from the support, guidance and technical insight of a broad segment of America’s oil and natural gas industry, led in Washington by the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA), but directed on the ground by our many affiliates — and IPAA’s more than 6,000 members — in the states.
Click HERE for the EID website. Shawn is the Director, Corporate and Community Affairs for EID the Ohio Project, and would be willing to speak to your clubs about Fracking and other topics within the sphere of EID's expertise. Click HERE to email him, or you may phone him at: (330) 714-1271 Or, his US Postal Service address is: C/O EID, P.O. Box 535, Granville, Ohio 43023-0535.
17. Heidi Huber
Common Core Standards
Connie and Théa (next entry) are exceptionally knowledgable regarding the Common Core Standards. Please contact either of them to give a comprehensive presentation to your group. The NFRW has passed a resolution opposing the adoption of CCS -- so it is our job to fight against the concept and its implementation.
Phone: (513) 218-5081  Email: [email protected]

18. Théa Shoemake
Common Core Standards 
Théa and Connie (previous entry) are exceptionally knowledgable regarding the Common Core Standards. Please contact either of  them to give a comprehensive presentation to your group. The NFRW has passed a resolution opposing the adoption of CCS -- so it is our job to fight against the concept and its implementation.
Phone: (513) 290-5251 Email: [email protected]
19. Molly Mottram
Americans for Prosperity 
Ohio Field Coordinator
AFP is an Issue advocacy organization and grassroots organization that promotes lower taxes, limited government and a free market economy. In her efforts as field coordinator she specifically works with women and millennial outreach.
Issues she may be called up to discuss: Obamacare, Taxes (local tax issues pertinent to groups specific areas -- for example tax levy issues), Property Rights, Voter Registration, Medicaid Expansion, and Social Media Crash Courses (How to get your messaging across on social media outlets). If there is a question on any of these issues please contact Molly:
Phone: (614)318-5407 
Email: [email protected]
Area speakers:
Southwest Ohio(Dayton): Mackenzie Loar
Central Ohio(Columbus): Molly Mottram
Cincinnati area: Jake Hessling
Cleveland area: Jacob McConkey
NE Ohio(Canton/Akron): Jim Shaw

If you know of any speakers who would like to be listed on this page,
please submit their contact information by clicking HERE
Thank you.

Please let us know how OFRW can be of service to your club ─ email President Lyn Bliss at: [email protected] ─ call/text: (937) 423-2299. Thank you!
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