Meet The Women
Board of Directors
Though she has founded two successful companies which she runs with her husband, Gloria's passion lies in the nonprofit sector. From forming the Madeleine Grant Scholarship for High School Seniors to working with Ron Santo and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Gloria has always wanted to make a difference in the world. Gloria has also volunteered and raised funds for Children's Memorial Hospital Pediatric Aids Wing, the Hemophilia Foundation of Illinois, Toys for Tots with the U.S. Marines for many years, volunteered at Deborah's Place, (a battered women's shelter), and worked on the United Parish Party at her former Chicago Church. Gloria has sat on the boards of multiple civic organizations helping raise thousands of dollars through community festivals as well as serving on the local youth baseball board. She also sat on various chamber of commerce boards, the parent teacher association and organized various Boy Scout functions. Since living in Tennessee, Gloria has been very active with women's groups and sat on the board of a conservative woman's club last year serving as director of fundraising. She has also been a parent volunteer at Battle Ground Academy School and an active member of a Sunday evening Conservative Womens' Chat Group. Gloria is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago but calls Brentwood home now. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, sons, daughter in law and dogs. Her hobbies include reading and being at the beach.
Gittle hails from Bremen, Georgia. She is a junior at Tennessee Tech University studying Exercise Science with a
concentration in Pre-Physical Therapy and minors in Psychology and Coaching. After graduation from Tennessee
Tech, she plans to pursue a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Her goal is to work with our veterans to help them
better adapt to unstructured civilian life while receiving care for their injuries. Gittle wants to help them physically
and mentally in aims to decrease their unemployment and suicide rates. Gittle is also a student athlete on the
Women’s Golf Team and involved in various other organizations within athletics, her major, and sorority.She founded
a Turning Point Chapter at Tennessee Tech with a tremendous amount of push back from the University which
actually got her on Tucker Carlson's show so you may have seen her. While at Tennessee Tech,Gittle hopes to make
United Women and Turning Point a big part of campus culture and to create a place to meet and discuss topics
with like-minded students.
Corinne Murdock is a reporter who prioritizes truth and rejects partisan takes that spare a favored narrative. In addition to
AZ Free News, her reporting appears in The Daily Wire and Be the People News. Corinne wasn't always a reporter: she
graduated from Hillsdale College with an American Studies degree in 2019. While at Hillsdale, Corinne led the women's
tennis team to two back-to-back conference championships. After graduation, Corinne was a ghostwriter for two
memoirs. She transitioned into the reporting world with the Star News Network, a Tennessee-based news site. In her free
time, Corinne enjoys reading the Bible,(and reading in general), writing her own books, engaging in fellowship with brothers
and sisters in Christ, loving on her dogs, and volunteering at the local crisis pregnancy center.
Kelly was born and raised in Valdosta, GA. She attended Valdosta State University. In 2016, Kelly moved
to Sumner County, Tennessee and became an active part of the Sumner County Community serving
as a Middle School Girls Minister for six years at First Baptist Church of Hendersonville, TN. Kelly has
served with LifeWay Girls in being part of their writing team and has spoken at several events sharing
her grief journey through her blog @grievingingrace. Kelly is the founder and CEO of Kelly L. McKinley
Branding & Communications.
Hannah Faulkner is 15 years old. She enjoys doing many things but the #1 most important aspect of her life is sharing her faith
with those around her. She is also very passionate about this great country we live in as well as preserving the Biblical origins it
was founded upon. With that, Hannah feels blessed to be a part of freedom fighting organizations such as United Women,
Turning Point USA, and Young Women for America. In addition to fighting for freedom, Hannah also enjoys spending time with
her family, running, racing stock cars, and motocross.
Alisa was born and raised in Nolensville, TN. She is a graduate of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, having earned a degree in Business Analytics. Though she has been interested in politics since the age of 12, it was not until she witnessed the failure of leadership during COVID that Alisa decided she needed to be involved. Since then, she has attended and been on stage at several CPACs and has volunteered on campaigns across the country for candidates she believes in. Alisa is also an active member of her church, Generations, where she is one of the Generations Youth leaders. In her free time, Alisa enjoys reading autobiographies, horseback riding, being out in nature, and spending time with her friends and family.
Anna Young is pro-life activist and speaker from Nashville, TN. She discovered her passion by founding a Students for Life group at her public high school in Franklin, TN in 2019. She has experience working with Students for Life Action as both the Tennessee and Wisconsin State Public Policy Captain. She also spent time working on the Bill Hagerty for U.S. Senate Campaign, and placed first place at the 2021 National Right to Life Oratory Contest. This past spring, Anna interned with the Institute for Women’s Health- an international pro-life organization. She is a sophomore in the Business Scholars Program at Concordia University Wisconsin where she is pursuing an undergraduate degree in marketing while simultaneously pursuing a Master of Business Administration. She is the co-leader of the life ministry at Concordia, a Young Women for America ambassador and an alumni of the Forge Leadership Mentorship Academy of 2021. She continues to fight for life in a Post-Roe America by serving as a Student Spokeswoman with Students for Life of America. "
Paige Kuczek is originally from Evergreen, Colorado. She moved to Williamson County, Tennessee in 2015 where she graduated from Independence High School. Paige is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Public Law and aspires to go to law school after she obtains her bachelors. Paige has been involved in multiple organizations such as Independence Girls Cotillion, Delta Zeta, Pre-Law Society, and is currently the Secretary of Williamson County Young Republicans. She has organized volunteer and philanthropy events through these organizations and other various programs that have helped multiple communities.
Paige is passionate and outspoken about American family values, tradition, protecting children, service, leadership, seeking and defending the truth, and defending the rights expressed in the Constitution.
Mary was born in Florida and raised in Ohio by her grandparents. Mary moved to Tennessee to serve at Fort Campbell with the 3rd Brigade Rakkasans. She received several awards for her service in Afghanistan, working as a combat medic. After completing her military contract, Mary pursued a degree in nursing and graduated from Austin Peay State University with a BSN. Mary recently founded Vet Comms Restored, a non-profit committed to reducing veteran suicide rates through mentorship and self-development. In her leisure, Mary enjoys research, reading, writing, studying biblical eschatology and human behavior, and spending time with her family.
Mya is presently a freshman at Belmont University studying Economics. Being a military child, she has lived all over but has found her forever home in the free state of Tennessee. Mya is the Co-Manager of the Turning Point Nashville Hub. She was also the Secretary of her Young Americans for Freedom Chapter at her high school in California. Mya’s main goal is the engagement of her peers to help them be more open about voicing their conservative views. In her free time, she likes to swim laps, work out at her local CrossFit gym, and hang out with her two dogs.
Sydney was born and raised in Newport Beach, California. She is the social media and marketing manager for a firearm training facility where she proudly promotes our second amendment rights. Sydney is highly passionate about the basics of truth and that we can find the answers to problems in the Bible. Living in California, it is difficult to find other like-minded individuals. Instead of giving up in a place such as this, Sydney has made it her goal to restore people’s faith and beliefs in the Bible and Constitution, and make people proud to be American again! Sydney believes more people should speak up, influence the younger generation, and make people see how lucky we are to live in such a wonderful country! In her spare time, she enjoys doing art and surfing.