This month we are bringing in an organization that provides threat-focused strategic and operational consultation, education, and training for federal, state, and local leadership and agencies in government, the private sector, and for private citizens. The presenter will be equipping us to defend ourselves from forces that come against America’s laws and founding principles. It is the duty of all citizens to fight against the enemies of liberty to maintain our nation for the sake of the liberty for future generations. No effort can be exerted which goes too far in defending America and what it represents.
We will also have Hannah Smith speaking, who fought against critical race theory at the local school board in Southlake, and is now a school board member!
True Texas Project
Secondary Speaker: Hannah Smith & Cam Bryan
Thursday, September 9
Location: Mercury Studios, 6301 Riverside Dr. Irving, TX 75039
5:30pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45pm – $5 dinner opens (first come, first served)
6:30-8:00pm – 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.
For FREE childcare register at least 48 hours in advance by emailing
About Hannah Smith:
From a young age, Hannah Smith demonstrated a passion for education that would take her to Princeton as a student and teacher, to the Supreme Court as a religious liberty attorney, and ultimately to her beloved home in Southlake as an advocate for our schools. Hannah focused on education policy and the Teacher Preparation Program to earn her degree from Princeton University and its School of Public and International Affairs. She earned her law degree at BYU.
Hannah spent the next two decades involved in high-profile litigation at top law firms and at the U.S. Supreme Court. She worked directly for Justice Clarence Thomas and Justice Samuel Alito and later advocated successfully for religious liberty in state and federal courts, including four landmark victories at the U.S. Supreme Court. She has served as a legal spokeswoman on major news outlets; authored opinion pieces and articles on legal and religious liberty subjects; briefed policymakers at the White House, U.S. Capitol, and State Department; and provided expert testimony in support of Justice Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.
While Hannah wasn’t born in Texas, she got here as fast as she could. Hannah and her family have been proud residents of north Texas for seven years. In Southlake, Hannah has served our school, city, church, and Metroplex communities. She has volunteered for the CISD School Board Budget and Finance Committee, the CISD School Board Student Health Advisory Committee, the new CISD superintendent focus group, and as a youth leader at her church. She is a member of the Southlake Executive Forum and Southlake Executive Women. She also proudly serves as a Board Member for both the DFW Alliance for Religious Freedom and the Religious Freedom Institute.
In recognition of her hard work and legal victories, Hannah received BYU’s Alumni Achievement Award, the JRCLS’s Women-in-Law Leadership Award, and the Center for Constitutional Studies’ James Madison Award.
Through the seasons of her professional life, Hannah has always cherished her role as wife and mother. Over the 23 years of their marriage, Hannah has encouraged her husband John as he supported our nation’s defense–at the Bush White House, in the U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard, and as an executive in the aerospace and defense industry. Hannah and John are the parents of four Dragons who attend elementary, intermediate, middle, and high schools in CISD, the youngest of which will graduate in 2032. So, Hannah is passionate about helping our teachers to give our children the best education possible.