FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 7, 2004
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Washington, D.C.-Concerned Women for America (CWA) is pleased to announce the selection of Nancy Staible as State Director of Pennsylvania. Nancy has extensive experience in serving the public.
Her various credits include serving as state director for Citizens for Excellence in Education, founding director of Public Education Network and chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Coalition for Academic Excellence. Nancy was elected in 2002 as Republican Committeewoman from Zelienople Boro to the Butler County Republican party.
“I believe in the sanctity of human life; marriage as the union between one man and one woman; the separation of powers in government; and parental responsibility in the education of each child. Where these belief’s are being challenge, on whatever front, my goal is to gather a strong, like-minded force in this Commonwealth to speak and influence the decision outcome.”
As Pennsylvania’s new state director, Nancy will work with the more than 17,000 members in the state to build additional Prayer/Action Chapters and coordinate CWA’s grassroots activities in legislation and media. CWA’s goals are to preserve the eternal values that support the Biblical design of the family, protect life at all stages, fight pornography and obscenity, tackle the declining quality of education, support the rights of individuals to pray and worship without persecution and increase understanding of the United Nations and its agenda.
“I am privileged to work with Concerned Women for America, a national organization whose work I have admired and supported for over 20 years. As state director, I hope to increase the voice of CWA coming from Pennsylvania as our membership seeks to impact our congressional delegation in Washington, D.C., as well as with the White House.”
Beverly LaHaye founded CWA in 1979. Since that time, CWA has become the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization more than 500,000 members. Its mission is to protect and promote Biblical values among all citizens-first through prayer, then education, and finally by influencing our society-thereby reversing the decline in moral values in our nation.
Nancy can be contacted by phone at (724) 452-7325, or e-mail.