Moms for Liberty Indian River, Florida Chairman Jennifer Pippin and Moms for Liberty Brevard, Florida Chairman Ashley Hall were honored at the Moms for Liberty National Summit in Tampa, Florida as the first two Moms for Liberty Chapter Chairmen.
The Indian River and Brevard, Florida Chapters were the first two Moms for Liberty Chapters created when the organization started.
Jennifer Pippin said regarding the acknowledgment “It was unexpected and such a wonderful surprise to be honored at the M4L National Summit! It’s been a few years of4 blood, sweat and tears to advocate for children and parental rights. It’s an honor to serve the community and country as a volunteer for this 501c4 organization. I couldn’t have done this without the amazing parents, grandparents and community members locally who make our chapter SO amazing and we’ve come SO far, but also have SO far to go! Thank you to our executive board and their tireless efforts! 100,000 plus members, 200 chapters plus in 38 states started here in Brevard and Indian River counties! Thank you Joyful Warriors! ❤🇺🇸🗽”
Ashley Hall said “I feel honored to be recognized as one of the founding chapters of Moms for Liberty. It is incredible to think that in this short span of time, that we have pioneered a parental rights movement across the nation! We could not have accomplished as much as we have without the organizational structure that Moms for Liberty brought to our efforts. It’s a great feeling to know that there are so many Liberty-minded women (and men) that are willing to stand against the overreach of our government school system. We will take back our schools and we will save America!”
The advocacy of Pippin and Hall during the COVID-19 Pandemic inspired Moms for Liberty Co-Founders Tiffany Justice and Tina Descovich to create Moms for Liberty, which launched January 2021.
Justice was serving on the board of the School Board in Indian River County, Florida and Descovich served on the School Board in Brevard County, Florida in 2020.
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