ARIZONA CLUBS AND REGIONS
AzFRW has 26 clubs and over 2000 members. Contact Membership Chair, AzFRW 2nd VP Cyndi Love to find a club near you!
Region I-Director Joan Harris
Region II-Director Cheryl Chase
Grande Valley RW
RW of Pinal County
Oro Valley RW
Region III-Director Enid Reinhart
Graham County RW
Huachuca Area RW
Thunder Mountain RW
Region IV-Director Nancy Moschcau
Colorado River RW
Rio Colorado RW
Yuma County RW
Region V -Director Patricia Lorenzen
Region VI-Director Nancy Cottle
Region VII-Director Ruby White
Region VIII-Director Allison Mary
AzFRW Executive Committee 2018-2019
Loraine Pellegrino, President
Donna Tanzi, 1st Vice President
Cynthia Love, 2nd Vice President
Robyn Cushman, 3rd Vice President
Susan Marcell, Secretary
Cynthia Casaus, Treasurer
Joan Harris, Region I Director
Cheryl Chase, Region II Director
Enid Reinhart, Region III Director
Nancy Moschau , Region IV Director
Patricia Lorenzen, Region V Director
Nancy Cottle,Region VI Director
Ruby White, Region VII Director
Allison Mary, Region VIII Director
Region I-Patt Parker, Yavapai RW
Region II-Mary Preble, Pima County RW
Region III-Zanetta Boughan, Thunder Mtn RW
Region IV-Anita Romero, London Bridge RW
Region V-Linda Nichols, RW of Prescott
Region VI-Mary Baumbach, Ahwatukee RW
Region VII-Jan Webb, Central RW of Phoenix
Region VIII-Linda Rizzo, Palo Verde RW
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP:
For A nominal fee, Federation members receive a variety of services and access to political activities and information at all levels of government. The NFRW and AzFRW digital communications, including the weekly and monthly newsletters and weekly political briefings, and free or nominally-priced publications like the Leader’s Guide, Membership Handbook, Legislative Advocacy Manual, and outreach/recruitment materials. The Member Center, a private network on the NFRW web site available to members only. Includes the Digital Resource Library, which features committee and issue-related resources and materials, general organizational publications and forms, event information, graphics, and more.
Sample materials, multimedia and resources that assist states and clubs with public relations and fundraising efforts, membership recruitment, campaign and issue advocacy programs, meeting planning, literacy and armed services initiatives, leadership development, community service, and more.
Campaign Management Schools, Legislative Day at the U.S. Capitol, and other programs, workshops and seminars that offer members the opportunity to meet national Republican leaders, discuss key issues, and develop leadership, campaign and professional skills.
Networking opportunities and the ability to meet and develop relationships with women from across the country through online discussion forums and national events such as the biennial convention andl board meetings. NFRW’ and AzFRW events include workshops, exciting speakers, and informative programs and discussions.
Representation in Washington, D.C., and on the State level!
Established in 1924