FreedomTeams Tour: Commerce City
Love Freedom? Join FreedomWorks for our Freedom Teams kickoff in Commerce City!
About this event
Come join us on September 24th at The Commerce City VRW from 10 AM – 12 PM to learn about FreedomTeams, and how you can get involved. Breakfast will be provided followed by a door knocking training.
First 50 attendees will receive a free copy FreedomWorks’ latest book, America in Perspective!
Speakers include Representative Mike Lynch; Josiah Gaiter, FreedomWorks Operations Director; and Merissa Hamilton, FreedomWorks Grassroots Director. More speakers to be announced!
Director of Operations
Josiah Gaiter is the Director of Operations at Freedomworks. In this role, he supports the program director in managing, tracking, and ensuring the success of various Freedomworks programs. Prior to joining Freedomworks, Josiah worked for consulting firms as a Grassroot Director on campaigns ranging from municipal to tier-one senate races in various parts of the country. Education: B.A., Colorado State University. M.A., Texas A&M university-Commerce
Representative Lynch is a Colorado Native and 11 year U.S. Army veteran. He is a results-driven Senior Executive with more than 26 years of success across the military, government, medical devices, human resources, apparel & fashion, and software industries. His broad areas of expertise include team leadership, flexibility, 3D printing, manufacturing, marketing strategy, new business development, product development, M&A, business planning, executive management, project management, and contract negotiations. Throughout his executive career, he has held leadership positions with organizations including the Western Heritage Company, Spectrum HR Systems, SHL-Aspen Tree Software Inc, and Stryker Medical.
Merissa Hamilton has worked with elected officials at all levels of government on essential reforms to stop bad government in its tracks, protecting individual liberty and personal responsibility. In 2020, she ran for Phoenix mayor, resulting in the highest number of votes for a non-incumbent in City history. Merissa previously served as the Chair of the Policing Sub-Committee on the Arizona Legislature’s Ad Committee on Criminal Justice and Director of Constituent Services for Councilman Sal DiCiccio at the City of Phoenix. She co-founded Strong Communities Action with an initiative called EZAZ.org, making civic action easy as pie so that citizens can effectively influence their government with just 15 minutes a week to save their state.
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