The April 21st lunch meeting of the Northwest Orange Republican Women Federated is open to all registered Republicans (women and men), and will be held in the Patio Room at Apopka Golf and Tennis. The cost is $20. Reservations can be made at www.norwf.org or by calling or emailing Joyce Hayward, email@example.com – (904) 315-2535 to reserve your spot. The deadline for reservations is Monday, April 18th.
Former Florida District 5 Republican 2014 congressional candidate, Glo Smith, will be the Northwest Orange Republican Women, Federated, speaker for our Thursday, April 21st, meeting, at the Apopka Golf and Tennis at Errol Country Club.
NORWF president Joyce Brocker, said. "We are very pleased that Glo Smith will be speaking about her impressions of the rigors of running for public office and to describe other topics of a political nature."
Glo's credentials are impressive and she knows first-hand that the conservative values and principles of the Republican Party do work after growing up in the poorest area of Jacksonville. After graduating from Ribault High School she eventually obtained her Master's of Business Administration Degree from the University of Phoenix.
Currently Glo works as a business and independent political consultant with the Douglass Leadership Institute, as a national education and election chair for the Florida Federation of Republican Women. She also represents Florida as a state Spearhead Campaign Chair for the National Federation of Republican Women, while speaking and training others on a national level. Before running for office, Glo worked for both Florida's Governor Rick Scott and Lieutenant Governor Jennifer Carroll as a member of their staffs.
Reservations to attend the NORWF luncheon can be made online to hear this dynamic speaker," Brocker said, "either email Joyce Hayward at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 904-315-2535, by reservation deadline, April 18th." Tickets to the meeting which begins at 11:00 a.m., also includes the luncheon cost of $20, and, without a reservation, the ticket cost rises to $25.