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Nominations for the 2024 Founders Awards are closed.
Winners will be awarded at the "Such a Time as This" Awards Dinner August 31, 2024!

Nomination Window Closed June 14, 2024.

The Joyful Warrior Award is given to the Moms for Liberty member that exemplifies grace under pressure. 

2022  Recipient – Kit Hart

Carroll County, MD

2023 Recipient – Jenn Turner

Polk County, Iowa

The Liberty Sword

The Liberty Sword from Moms for Liberty is presented to an individual that unabatedly stands for the principles of Liberty  

2022 Recipient FL Gov. Ron DeSantis

2023 Recipient Morton Blackwell

The 2024 Liberty Sword Recipient will be announced at the 2024 Joyful Warrior National Summit.

Catalina Stubbe

Director of Hispanic Outreach

Catalina is a successful mother of four, rooted in her love of God and family. She is always advocating for the wellbeing of children. She has been featured on Fox & Friends with Kayleigh McEnany, War Room with Steve Bannon, Linea De Fuego (Univision) and more. She is a Colombian American businesswoman, journalist, philanthropist, strategy adviser, contributor and commentator, and humble servant to the Lord.

Pat Blackburn

National Director of Chapters

Pat is a retired educator and mom. She envisions a public school system in America that is reflective of the principles of freedom granted by our Creator. “God has called me, and equipped me, to do my part in service to Him and our country.”

Rosalind Hanson

Director of Development

Rosalind is the Mom to a joyful son, and like most parents, the pandemic afforded her a peek behind the classroom door. As Moms for Liberty’s Director of Development, Rosalind ensures our donors are kept up to date on our work, which is made possible by their generous financial support and the efforts of our over 130,000 volunteer members.

Tia Bess

Director of National Engagement

Tia is a mom of three with a blended family. Bess resides with her partner on a farm in Clay County, FL. She has been a member of Moms for Liberty since March 2021 when the pandemic led her to voice concerns regarding her children’s school in her district. Bess was born in Philadelphia, PA but left for Norfolk, VA at the age of seven due to gang violence in the area. Shortly after the move to Virginia, her family moved to Jacksonville, FL where she learned that her zip code didn’t define her, a message she hopes to spread to America.