For the past 20 years I have
worked as an assistant in State and Local Government Law in addition to
assisting with candidate fundraisers, republican events and Lincoln Day
Dinners. I have been part of the Leadership 1000 group for over 15
years and President of the Orlando Republican Women's Network for 2 years,
in addition to acting as advisor to the Club and Chairing the Nominating
Committee. I have extensive leadership experience with many
organizations including the Women's Executive Council Orlando Board and
assisting on the Women's Achievement Awards Committee.
I have been on the
Corporate Board of Executive Women International as Secretary/Treasurer;
Marketing/Public Relations Director; Chaired the Planned Giving Program
and served as Corporate Membership Advisor over various Chapters
throughout the United States.
I have also served on
Corporate Committees such as Marketing, Audit, Budget, Minutes Review, and
Expansion of Executive Women International in addition to being a delegate
to the Leadership Conference and Annual Meeting for 3 years and Alumnus of
the Executive Women International Leadership Academy.
a local basis I was President of Executive Women International Orlando
Chapter for 5 years and served in numerous board positions as Vice
President, Treasurer, Membership Director, Corporate Advisor, Nominating
Committee Chair, Silent Auction Chair ad Scholarship Chair.
I am currently a Stephen Minister and
Stephen Minister Leader. I facilitate a Women’s Cancer Support Group and
Congregational Care Committee at First
Presbyterian Church of Orlando.
I have also participated on the Central Florida
Council Boy Scouts of America Silent Auction Committee for the past 10
In the past I have been Treasurer of the Pratt Area
Community Council in New York and have been a Delegate to the Girl Scouts
USA Annual Meeting and participated in numerous positions with Girl Scout
Council of Greater New York (i.e. Chairman of Area Nominating Committee;
Service Unit Manager; Cookie Captain; Cookie Association Chairman;
Calendar Cupboard Chair; Junior, Cadette and Senior Scout Leader).
and raised in Brooklyn, New York where I received an A.A.S. degree with
Honors in Legal Secretarial Studies. I have lived and worked as a legal
assistant in England for almost 5 years and then returned to the United
States and have spent the last 25 years in the Orlando, Florida area.
I am married to my
husband Fred Larsen, a native Floridian, for the past 15 years.
I am also a recipient of the
Outstanding Republican Award in 2011 and have received the Appreciation
Pin and Thanks Badge from Girl Scouts USA.
VP of Communications
VP of Events
Nationally recognized expert in transportation operations, planning and
programming; seasoned Program and Project Manager; Lecturer and Educator.
Currently President of a newly founded Project and Program Management
company, Margaret's Project Management Consultants.
Specialties: Program and Project Management; Transportation planning and
programming; land use analysis and planning; pedestrian systems;
transportation operations and systems integration; geographic information
systems; systems analysis and design; systems engineering and intelligent
systems; decision support systems, and construction management.
Margaret has volunteered in Republican politics since 1988, and has worked
campaigns and post campaign fundraising efforts for notable
Republicans such as
New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, New York State
Governor George Pataki,
and most recently supported the Trump
VP of Fundraising
Brittany Corfman Parks is the daughter of
a Mexican American immigrant and Law Enforcement Officer. Born and
raised in El Centro, California, Brittany grew up five miles away from
the U.S.-Mexican border. In fall of 2017 she joined the fight to win
back Florida's Congressional District 7 as Campaign Finance Director
to Mike Miller. Before that she served Senator Marco Rubio as Grant
Coordinator in his Orlando Regional Office. Brittany is also the Vice
President of Programs for Orlando Republican Woman’s Network, as well
as a Fellow at the James Madison Institute. Brittany was selected as
Mayor Buddy Dyer's 2017 Mayor City Academy.
Her experience includes more than 8
years of community organizing. Brittany served as the Campaign
Manager for the foremost contested Sate House race in Florida, obtaining
victory for incumbent State Representative for the 47th District
State House, Mike Miller, clenching victory with 53% of the vote. She
spent the fall of 2013 as an intern at the Office of U.S. Senator
Marco Rubio in Orlando, during the infamous “slow down.”
During her time in Arizona, she served as Arizona Students’
Association’s Tempe Organizer. Where she Organized a grassroots
network of 58 students to engage the Arizona State Campus in voter
registration, education, and Get-Out-the-Vote activities; in which she
registered 1,800 students to vote.
You will frequently find Brittany actively engaged in
mentoring college students on leadership, as well as taking a more
active role in their government.
Brittany earned her Bachelor of Science in Political Science
and Philosophy from Northern Arizona University, in Flagstaff, Arizona
VP of Legislation
My professional life is a synthesis of expertise that compliment key areas of my career and
My practice areas include
Family Law (emphasis on Father’s Rights), Criminal Law, & Personal Injury.
My style is effective, aggressive and diligent representation, seeking
always to advance my clients interests. I am an active participant in
several legal associations including the Central Florida Family Law American
Inns of Court, the Orange County Bar Association, Federalist Society and the
American Bar Association. In addition, I am certified as a Florida Supreme
Court Family Law Mediator and admitted to practice in the United States Tax
My first years after graduating
from law school were spent running a UCF incubator enterprise that catered
to college students looking to simultaneously obtain worthwhile career
experience and make money, by offering long-term temporary assignments. I am
the author of a white paper entitled,
Employment Revolution - Strategies for Addressing the Baby Boom Bust and the
Gen-X Surge. In
addition, I am a Certified Diversity Trainer and have conducted workshops in
areas from interviewing to consulting small business which has given me a
view of the issues presented on both the human resource and legal sides of
the coin. Florida Trends Magazine selected me for a feature piece in the
July 2011 issue.
My experience and community involvement have rewarded me
with invitations to deliver numerous keynote speeches to over hundreds of
people. Events include speeches at the Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida
Career Expo and Diversity Job fair, the We are Wonderful Women Networking
Conference, at the Florida Business Expo (keynote), Orange County Public
Schools- Alternative education- and my advice has been quoted in an article
entitled, Revamp Your resume With These Valuable tips, published by The Network Journal and political pieces.
I am Martha L. Cabot, born and
raised in New Hampshire, college education received at Bates College in
Maine, and I now live in Florida. I have been a Republican since
birth, given the house I grew up in. I have worked with various
organizations over the years in an effort to keep excess government, the
secular progressives, and so on, from changing our great nation.
now in times that are very treacherous and need to be more vigilant, more
positive and enthusiastic
than ever in fighting back. Together we can be a great and
powerful voice that can be heard at the RNC and in Washington. We have the
right and the power to bring our great country back for future
Join us and pitch in to win!
honored to return to the Board of the Florida Republican Women’s Network
(FWPN) as your Treasurer.
For those of you who don’t know me, I
worked for Bell Atlantic Directory Services now called something I don’t
even recognize for 27 ˝ years.
My last assignment was
my favorite: I managed a group of 4 Assistant Managers, and 5 Associates.
Our functions included:
determining what new software would be installed to our publishing systems
(Yellow and White Page Directories); testing all the new software
enhancements prior to their installation; table maintenance for the
systems; Help Desk; and Quality Control Measurements.
I retired in January of 1999 and Don
and I decided to leave the high-tax state of Maryland and relocated to
Sebring, Florida. This was a great decision, we love it here and plan to
stay the rest of our lives.
In 2003, I went to work
for a family owner citrus company, Crutchfield Groves, Inc. in Sebring.
There I became a
bookkeeper and found the second best job of my life.
I worked there for 6
years and during that time, I managed the installation of a new accounting
system, prepared and input all the table data for the three companies; and
wrote user manuals for each job function; three different positions.
So this tells you why I wanted to be
your treasurer again. I LOVE bookkeeping.
I was the secretary for the Queen Anne's County Executive Committee
(Maryland), Vice Chairman of the Highlands County Executive Committee,
secretary, treasurer (for 6 years), and newsletter editor for the
Highlands County Republican Women's Network. In 1998, I was the
District Chairman for the Queen Annes County area to elect Ellen
Sauerbrey for Governor. I managed the first George W. Bush campaign for
Throughout my business career and as
a prior member of the FWPN Board, I have always strived to be a team
player. My main role is to keep an accurate accounting of the
finanaces of the FWPN; prepare an annual budget; prepare all necessary
reports for the FWPN and the IRS monthly and annual tax reporting; and to
generally guard the FWPN funds like there were my own. I will be
very supportive of the new team in all their endeavors to grow our
organization and educate our members. I'm definitely one of those
people you can count on to be there when I'm needed.