National Federation of Republican Women elects Schockett to lead

Nassau’s Ann Schockett to Lead Largest Republican Women’s Group in Nation 

New Yorker Ann Schockett has been unanimously elected President of the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW), the NYGOP today announced. Ms. Schockett was nominated and elected by delegates to the NFRW 40th biennial convention yesterday. Her term will begin on January 1st.

Schockett, of Woodmere, is an award-winning businesswoman who brings a wealth of experience to the role, having served in various leadership capacities within the NFRW, including as President of the New York Chapter. She earned the distinction of being the youngest person to be elected Republican State Committeeperson in New York’s history. She has received multiple awards for her work on behalf of the Party, including “Executive GOP Leader of the Year” and “Republican Woman of the Year.”

“We’re so proud that New Yorker Ann Schockett has been elected to lead this important national organization to grow our ranks of Republican women across the country,” said NYGOP Chairman Nick Langworthy. “I’ve known Ann for years and have seen firsthand her unmatched work ethic and unwavering dedication to the principles of the Republican Party and empowering women to fulfill leadership roles. Here in New York, we are working hard to recruit and elect more Republican women to office and Ann will be an invaluable partner at the national level.”

“As we enter one of the most crucial and exciting eras in the history of our nation, the newly-elected Executive Committee of the National Federation of Republican Women stands ready to meet all challenges,” Ann Schockett said. “We are proud to honor and build upon our organization’s shining legacy of empowering Republican women to excel and lead. Side by side with our dedicated membership across America, we are united as one strong team moving forward together to help ensure a bright future for our communities, states and nation.”


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