LIBRE National Spokesperson, Rachel Campos-Duffy receives the Margaret Thatcher Innovator Award
Celebrating women who are trailblazers, innovators and champions of freedom in Wisconsin
(Milwaukee, WI) – The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE), a non-partisan, non-profit, national grassroots organization that promotes economic freedom within the U.S. Hispanic community, is proud to announce that our National Spokesperson, Rachel Campos-Duffy was the recipient of the prestigious "Margaret Thatcher Innovator Award" at the "Right Women Awards Dinner" presented by RightWisconsin.com on Friday, October 18th at the Pfister Hotel. The Honorary Chair of the dinner was Wisconsin First Lady,Tonette Walker. Other distinguished guests included Lt. Governor, Rebecca Kleefisch and WTMJ-AM 620 host, Charlie Sykes who hosted the event and presented the award to Campos-Duffy
Rachel Campos Duffy, National Spokesperson of The LIBRE Initiative released the following statement:
"It is an honor to receive this award that celebrates women who are trailblazers, innovators and champions of freedom in Wisconsin. Women are crucial to the economic development of the United States and preserving the values and principles that will ensure freedom and prosperity for future generations. My work with The LIBRE Initiative is allowing me to empower Latinas everywhere through our Women's Initiative and the #MsLIBRE social media campaign. It is essential that we prepare and educate women and girls to embrace all the opportunities that this great nation offers therm. I accept this award as a reflection of the power, identity and influence of the mothers, elected officials, business leaders and countless professional women who are contributing to the growth and strength of our nation."
For more information about the LIBRE Women's Initiative click here.