From first-timers to long-time members, the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum is comprised of women like you and me. You don’t have to be a professional shooter, hunter, activist or philanthropist to join our group, you just need the passion and determination to defend our Second Amendment freedoms.
We are a network of vibrant, influential women from all corners of the country. Many of us shoot and hunt, but all of us care about protecting our personal freedoms. We are women of intelligence and thought, generous in spirit, strong in character. Most importantly, we act on—and stand for—what we believe.
Shooting for Gold
Kim Rhode has been called “the most successful shotgun shooter of all time,” and she has no interest in slowing down. As a six-time Olympic medalist, skeet shooting is a huge part of Kim’s life, but it’s not the only thing that defines this world-champion athlete and strong woman.
This NRA Women series profiles the inspiring women of the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum. In each episode, ladies share their personal history with firearms and what triggered their passion for protecting the Second Amendment. You’ll get to meet the empowered women who are making a difference and understand what drives each of them to get involved and give so selflessly of their time and energy.
These are the fresh faces of the NRA—young women from all walks of life who are embodying the diversity and strength at the core of the National Rifle Association. From bloggers and CEOs to hunters and trainers, these ladies are blazing their own trail in the firearm industry and are energizing others to step up and get involved.
Few causes have such a direct impact on our children, grandchildren and the future of our country as the Second Amendment. We invite you to join us as a woman, a leader and a keystone of America’s treasured legacy of freedom. Come be a part of the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum and help us shape the future!