Stacie Jesser Recognized for Outstanding Leadership

IMG956056.jpgStacie Jesser, Clark County Republican Party State Committee Woman and Clark County Republican Women's Club Chair has been recognized for her leadership in building up the Clark County Republican Women's Club.

On October 21, 2017 at the Washington Federation of Republican Women (WFRW) annual conference Stacie Jesser was awarded the Washington Federation of Republican Women 2017 “Shining Star” Membership Award.  This award is given to leaders who have excelled in building membership.  When Jesser was elected Chair of the County's Women's Club there were only 12 members and no associates.  In the last year membership has swelled to 105 members and 10 associates. 

Jesser made the following statement in reaction to this special recognition... "I want to thank our phenomenal CCRW Executive Board members, Brook Pell, Liz Pike and Anna Miller who worked so diligently on exceeding our membership goal of 100 members in 2017. I also want to thank each member for joining us and inviting their friends to join. We have a truly wonderful, diverse group of Republican Women of all ages and stages of life. It is truly an honor to serve as President of our beloved CCRW and I am so excited to see the amazing things yet to come!"

According to WFRW's website...
"In 1944, the WFRW was formed under the leadership of former Washington State Republican Party National Committeewoman Della Urquart. It affiliated with the NFRW in 1945. The WFRW was honored to serve as the Host State in 1999 when the NFRW biennial convention was held in Seattle. The WFRW currently has over 25 clubs, organized in 10 districts. Each year more than 1000 ladies become Active members, with 61,852 Volunteer Hours devoted to Republican candidates and causes."

 Please join us in congratulating Stacie Jesser and the rest of the Clark County Republican Women's Club!

 


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