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39th Biennial Convention

Slate of Officers, 2018-2019


Ann Salpeter Schockett

Slated Position: NFRW 4th Vice President


Ann Schockett was elected NFRW Member-at-Large at the Spring Board of Directors Meeting in March 2016. She is the director of NFRW Region 8, which includes Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio. Ann is also adviser to the Program Committee, co-chair of the Caring for America Committee, and member of the Fundraising Committee and Regents Committee.

Along with being dedicated to civic and charitable endeavors, Ann is a veteran of 38 years of public service and a businesswoman specializing in public relations and multi-media productions. After attending Vassar College and graduating Sarah Lawrence College with her BFA and MFA, Ann started her family, founded a business and began serving as the youngest person elected in NYS to represent Republicans from her Assembly District taking on State GOP election and fundraising duties under the State Chair.

Ann was “Executive GOP Leader of the Year” and “Woman of the Year”, multiple times in NYC and Long Island. She has headed and advised in 41 election campaigns from local to federal levels, is a sought-after speaker and is known for her activism on timely issues.

Ann believes it is vital to foster Republican Party values and good government while empowering women to become more active and take leadership roles. Ann became President of the Nassau County FRW, NYSFRW Corresponding Secretary and President and NFRW Member at Large. Ann is a NFRW Capitol Regent, and serves on the Board of Regents for the Center for Security Policy. She is a citizen lobbyist for humane legislation for animals, and was first Congressional District Leader in NYS for the HSUS. She is a member of the NYGOP Empire Club.

Ann is a business consultant. She is a producer/writer/director of corporate and commercial public relations projects, campaigns and special events and has worked with government and non-profit entities of all levels. She has been recipient of media awards and was a three-time nominee and finalist for the Cable Ace Awards.

One of Ann’s favorite accomplishments was founding and chairing the Community Enrichment Mini-Center on Long Island to enrich the lives, well-being and careers of people of all backgrounds, provide for 13 non-profit and start-up organizations under its umbrella and be an independent Hurricane Relief Center during Sandy.

Ann is a proud mother of three and grandmother of four, all living in the DC-metro area.