Kimberly Fletcher

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Kimberly Fletcher is an author, columnist, public speaker, and president of HomeMakers for America. She also values and prioritizes her roles as wife, mother, and homemaker. She speaks nationwide on the influence of women in the world. She has said:

History has proven the influence of women on society. We are the mothers of nations. The influence we have in our homes, families, and communities is immeasurable. Even Napoleon recognized this when he proclaimed, “Let France have good mothers, and she will have good sons.” As Maria Shriver so eloquently put it, we are “on the front lines of humanity” and the future of America is in our very hands. We are the last line of defense between freedom and servitude; what we know, and what we do with that knowledge, will determine the fate of the free world. We can no longer stand on the sidelines and we can no longer simply survive in defensive mode, to win this battle, we must stand up and we must engage.

In 2004, Fletcher started HomeMakers for America, a national, non-profit organization, specifically designed for women and their families, dedicated to the education and preservation of America's history, heritage and legacy. She founded the organization after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Her husband, Derek, a United States Air Force officer, was stationed at the Pentagon. Her relief that he was unharmed turned into a drive to study American history and public policy and become active in government and politics. Since then, she has donated her time to several local, state, and national candidate and public policy campaigns. She has appeared on "The Glenn Beck Show" and "The Sean Hannity Show." She has written articles for print and online publications such as American Thinker, Worldnetdaily, and Citizen USA Newspaper. She wrote the book America’s Last Best Hope.

Fletcher is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She and her husband are the parents of eight children, whom she educates at home.