Moms for Liberty - Wilson County Chapter is dedicated to the survival of America by unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government.
Please invite parents, grandparents, and community members that value parental rights.
We are stronger together!
Moms for Liberty welcomes all that have a desire to stand up for parental rights at all levels of government.
Our founders are Tiffany and Tina, moms on a mission to stoke the fires of liberty. As former school board members, they witnessed how short-sighted and destructive policies directly hurt children and families. Now they are using their first-hand knowledge and experience to unite parents who are ready to fight those that stand in the way of liberty.
Our Chapter Chair, Amanda Dunagan-Price, is a native of Wilson County and an alumnus of Mount Juliet High School. Following the death of her first husband, she moved her five children from his hometown in Rappahannock County, Virginia back to her hometown. Amanda found peace in knowing her children would be able to attend Wilson County Schools with friends and family. She graduated summa cum laude at Liberty University where she received a Bachelor of Science in counseling with a minor in special education. After graduating, she married Brian, another Wilson County native, thereby completing their family of 8. Amanda has gained 15 years of experience with children as a homeschool mom, Sunday school teacher, pre-school teacher, substitute teacher, education assistant, special needs ministry leader, and a Registered Behavioral Technician in ABA Therapy. While working with special needs students in Wilson County Schools, Amanda gained a unique insight into administrative decisions that were not in the best interest of children, families, or teachers. She and her husband are committed to holding leadership accountable while educating and advocating for parents rights and responsibilities in Wilson County, TN.
Our Treasuer, Kendra Lyons, is a political refugee from Massachusetts, who after much research, chose to move to Wilson County with her husband Casey, and French bull dog, Rodney. They chose Wilson County to raise our future family, due to its staunch conservative voting record, decent money management and high quality public school system. Two months into their move, she began to realize it wasn’t everything she had hoped for, and began blowing the whistle on the curriculum adopted and federal monies continuously accepted and flowing into community. She plans to continue to fight for parental rights, conservative values and preserving the wonderful community she and Casey have chosen to build their lives in.