Critical Race Theory seems to be all over the headlines these days. Are you wondering what exactly it is? Where should we watch for it? How can we combat it? Come hear from these three panelists speak about the dangers of CRT, how it is creeping into our society, and how we can push back. This month we are proud to host Rebekah Warwick of Heritage Action for America, and Leigh Wambsgans to comment on the subject.
True Texas Project
Speakers: Rebekah Warwick & Leigh Wambsgans
Moderator: Cary Cheshire
Date: Thursday, October 14
Location: Mercury Studios 6301 Riverside Dr. Irving, TX 75039
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45 – $5 dinner while supplies last6:30-8:00pm – meeting
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
Coming in late? No worries. We’ll save you a seat.
About Rebekah Warwick:
Rebekah Warwick is the Central Regional Coordinator for Heritage Action for America based in Mansfield, TX.
Prior to Heritage Action, Rebekah worked for the Majority Whip of the Colorado Senate Republicans and on various local campaigns supporting Coloradans’ second amendment rights and promoting school choice. As Central Regional Coordinator, Rebekah partners with over 4,000 Sentinel activists and thousands of grassroots conservatives to hold lawmakers accountable and advocate for conservative policies.
She is an experience public speaker and regularly hosts trainings with activists on how to influence the policy debates at the federal and state level. Her editorials have been published in the Dallas Morning News and the Fort Worth Star Telegram.
Rebekah holds bachelor’s degrees in history and political science from Colorado Christian University. Rebekah is married to an Army veteran and they live in Mansfield with their two daughters.
About Leigh Wambsganss:
Leigh Wambsganss (pronounced Lee Womz-gonz)
Leigh is currently Vice President Government and Public Affairs with Patriot Mobile. She co-created and runs the Southlake Families PAC who brought awareness to a nationwide issue of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and led a monumental campaign that resulted in a higher municipal voter turnout in the history of the Southlake Carroll School District and with a 70/30 margin defeated liberal pro CRT candidates.
Leigh Wambsganss started her professional career as a television news anchor, reporter and producer. She was a congressional staffer during the Republican Revolution in the early 1990’s and ran congressional campaigns professionally. Leigh has a background in telecommunications government relations and philanthropic management and has run her own successful small business for 20 years.
Leigh has been a conservative leader in north Texas politics for decades. She has organized, fundraised and lead hundreds of campaigns and conservative movements all on a volunteer non-paid basis. She has served as a Tarrant County Republican Party Executive Committee member for over a decade and was a founding member, VP Campaigns and Legislative Committee Chair for the Republican Women of North Texas. She spearheaded power grid legislation with the Texas Eagle Forum, served on the pro-life Mercy House Ministries Board of Directors, and was the first ever GRACE Gala Chair for which she received a Tarrant County Shining Star award. Leigh is a lifetime member of the NRA.
Leigh holds an M.A. in Organizational Management from Dallas Baptist University and a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Central Oklahoma. She and her husband, Andy, reside in the DFW area with their two sons.