Kimberly Fletcher is an Air Force wife and homeschooling mother of eight. She the president and founder of Homemakers for America—a national, non-profit organization, designed for women, by women to help families create a foundation of liberty and virtue in their homes. Kimberly is also an author, columnist, and contributing writer with The Blaze.
On September 11, 2001, Kimberly's life was turned upside down when a passenger jet flew into the United States Pentagon where her husband was stationed. Later that day, when her husband returned home safely, Kimberly determined that she would do everything in her power to ensure that her children remained free. This determination led her to an intense study of American history and public policy and a desire to become actively involved in civic responsibility.
Kimberly has made it her personal mission to educate and inspire the women of America on America's history and heritage and empower them to take an active role in their homes, communities and the nation to ensure that the legacy of freedom our Founders left us continues on to the next generation and for generations to come.
She is an experienced grassroots activist who has volunteered thousands of hours with several local, state, and national, candidates and public policy campaigns--including three presidential candidates.
As an author, columnist, and public speaker, Kimberly has been heard on numerous regional and national TV and radio programs and her articles have appeared in several print and on-line publications including American Thinker, Worldnet Daily, and The Blaze.