Ralph Reed is founder and chairman of the Faith & Freedom Coalition. He was senior advisor to the Bush-Cheney campaigns in both 2000 and 2004, and chairman of the Southeast Region for BC04. As chairman of the Georgia Republican Party he led the GOP to its biggest victory in history, helping to elect the first Republican Governor and third U.S. Senator since Reconstruction. Reed is chairman and CEO of Century Strategies, LLC, a public relations and public affairs firm. As executive director of the Christian Coalition from 1989-1997, he built one of the most effective public policy organizations in recent political history. He is the best-selling author and editor of five books, including his latest novel, The Confirmation. He is married to his wife Jo Anne and is the father of their four children.
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Joy Creasman has worked with the Faith & Freedom Coalition for more than 3 years and serves as the Director of Marketing & Events. Her work includes managing and coordinating our annual Road to Majority conference in Washington D.C. She graduated from Liberty University with honors in 2008 with a B.A. in Marketing. An accomplished singer, she has performed as a soloist numerous times on television. She has recorded 4 gospel cd’s, and has toured extensively with her family presenting her music ministry.
Rosy Harvey is the Director of Grassroots Engagement and Member Services for the Faith & Freedom Coalition where she interacts with our 400+ local and state chapters as well as the 700,000+ members of the organization. She is also responsible for researching and developing action alerts and newsletters to advance Judeo-Christian based conservative policies at the local, state, and national levels. She has previously worked at Georgia Family Council and is VP of Membership for the Atlanta Young Republicans. Rosy graduated from Davidson College in 2011 with a B.A. in Political Science.
Orit Sklar is the Director of Development at the Faith & Freedom Coalition. She graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree. She is a political columnist and is known nationwide for her advancement of First Amendment rights and academic Freedom on American university campuses. She is the co-recipient of the 2009 Ronald Reagan Award from the American Conservative Union.
David Ferguson is the National Field Director for the Faith & Freedom Coalition. Since 2005, he has worked for candidates, projects, and committees in over 30 states and Washington, DC. Most notably, David served as Campaign Manager for the current Governor of Alabama, Dr. Robert J. Bentley, Campaign Manager for the top legislative races in Virginia and Alabama, and as Executive Director of the Maryland Republican Party. Prior to joining FFC, he managed his own strategic communications and general consulting firm, Ferguson & Associates, based in Washington, DC. David is a native of Albertville, Alabama, an Eagle Scout, and a graduate of the University of Alabama and the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration.
Jeff Ballabon is a media and telecommunications executive and the Chairman of Jewish Outreach of the Faith & Freedom Coalition. A veteran of Bush-Cheney 2000 and 2004 and referred to in the press as “the architect” of their national outreach in the Orthodox community, the Jewish Daily Forward named Jeff one of the “50 Most Influential Jews in America” for his political impact. A longtime activist in judicial nominations, he worked closely with the Bush White House on many confirmation battles, including those of Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Alito. In 2007, Jeff founded the Coordinating Council on Jerusalem, an international Coalition of Jewish organizations coordinating with members of the Knesset and pro-Israel Christian groups to successfully oppose the proposed division of Jerusalem. He is a graduate of Yale Law School, Yeshiva University and Ner Israel Rabbinical College. He and his wife Rochelle have five children.
Regina Brown is a skilled communicator who believes transformation is made possible through knowledge of the truth. That knowledge provides the power to set people free to fulfill their God-given purpose. She is an advocate for family, Faith and patriot values in a world that often minimizes their necessity to the American way of life. Regina serves as a Truth Project Facilitator, Citizen Action Seminar Host, and small business partner. She is a recipient of the Florida Family Defender of Marriage award for her work on Florida’s Amendment 2. She and her husband, Rex, are active in their church and community and reside in Largo, Fl. Regina is the proud mother of two adult children. You can follow Regina on FaceBook at Regina Talks Truth, Politics & Today's Turkey.
Robert Potts is the Faith & Freedom Coalition Deputy National Field Director. He is responsible for organizing and coordinating with the 400+ state and local chapters for grassroots efforts across the country. He oversees FFC’s Citizen Action Seminars which train our more than 700,000 members nationwide, provides action items for our grassroots teams, and coordinates with local leaders to plan events in key states each year to help with Get-Out-The-Vote efforts. His affinity for grassroots politics started with the 2004 Bush-Cheney re-election campaign, and continued during his time with the College Republicans. Robert came to the Faith & Freedom Coalition after graduating with a B.S. in Communication from Kennesaw State University in 2011, and working for a public relations firm in Atlanta. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Cobb County GOP, is an Alumni Advisor for his fraternity, and is active in his local church.
Virginia Galloway became Regional Field Director of Faith and Freedom Coalition in 2014, after a seven year stint at Americans for Prosperity Foundation, where she served as State Director for Georgia. She has spoken at hundreds of meetings across Georgia on issues from economic freedom to school choice and receives regular opportunities to share her expertise on panels for other state and national events. As a lobbyist in Georgia, Virginia helped promote passage of the Charter School constitutional amendment and Zero Based Budgeting, and led dozens of citizen action days at the Capitol. She has had numerous op-eds published, radio interviews, and local and national television appearances, including the Bret Baier Show. She previously served in several campaigns and party offices. Currently, she belongs to Church at the Ridge, Rotary Club of Dallas GA, and the GA Department of Driver Services Board. She is married to Darrell Galloway and they have four grown children and two grandchildren.