Shari Rendall is the Director of House Legislation and Public Policy and Executive Director of Concerned Women Political Action Committee. Shari coordinates lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill and briefs House members and congressional and administration staff on a wide range of pro-family issues.
Shari brings over 15 years of experience in government relations and grassroots advocacy to CWA. She focuses on public policy issues that address CWA’s core issues – life, education, national sovereignty, religious freedom, marriage and family, sexual exploitation and support for Israel, as well as fiscal policy and health care.
Shari has been quoted in The Washington Post and other print media and has appeared on MSNBC and CBN.
In her former position, Shari worked in a membership association, where she was the staff liaison to the national committee on state associations, responsible for grassroots communications and helping state associations devise their legislative strategies. She was also a lead lobbyist.
She began her time in D.C. working on Capitol Hill in the office of former Sen. Bob Smith (R-New Hampshire) as a Legislative Aide.
Shari is a licensed attorney in the State of California. She and her husband Jeff have three children.