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Gerrye is the Founder of Women for Democracy in America, Inc. d/b/a Men and Women for a Representative Democracy in America Inc.  She is passionate about helping businesses and economic development in urban communities. Her work spans over 25 years in local and state communities regarding Public Policy. She designed the syllabus and teaches courses in "Saving our American Heritage". As the founder, she uses her experiences to guide the branding and communications needs of Men and Women for Representative Democracy in America.

She has a strong commitment to the community and has served on steering committees in her career. She travels out of state to teach educational seminars at local churches regarding the Constitution and Public Policy. As a graduate of the Institute on the Constitution and Hillsdale College, she is a Constitutionalist. It is imperative we know how our Constitution works Integrity, Liberty, and Prosperity!

Our country needs to restore Capitalist laws and regulations which promote competition, job creation, clean manufacturing, new technologies, and WEALTH.

Former Senator Secretary, P.T.A. Vice-President, Former Vice-President of the Republican Women's Club, Cub Scout Leader, Former Coordinator for Concerned Women for America, Former election judge, Community Activist, and Poll Watcher, Former Business Owner, Former 535 lobbyist for Concerned Women for America, Instructor in teaching courses regarding lobbying. Gerrye designed a Syllabus on

Constitutional Studies on "Saving Our Amercian Heritage".

Gerrye teaches inner-city church members courses on " How to get better acquainted and influence your local State Legislators" on issues that affect their communities. We offer these communities an opportunity to be educated about our U.S. democratic government.      

We believe in Saving our America Heritage. The principles of the American Founding, stated most eloquently and concisely in the Declaration of Independence, must be studied and firmly grasped if we are to return to the constitutionalism of the Founding Fathers. In turn, this means that virtues must be developed in the citizenry. The development of these virtues cannot be coerced since coercion runs contrary to the nature of virtue itself.


                  Associate member of numerous political Organizations.

   We need to major in the work we do for Jesus Christ who appointed us for his work!

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​Actively involved in the Educational process in the Senate and House in 

Washington, ​D.C. 

Actively teaching courses in "Saving Our American Heritage" in relation to our 

Constitution and the Bible in Churches


Community Activist

Why is this important?

If our Founding Fathers of the United States of America understood that religious beliefs are a critical base for building the Republic, it’s worth fighting for. Remember the Holy Trinity-God, Father, and The Holy Spirit.

Things have changed a lot over the last few hundred years.​

​Our nation’s first 3 presidents + ​Benjamin Franklin were all steeped in the Judeo – Christian ethic, and had a deep belief in God.

Men and Women for Representative  Democracy in America is a 501 (c) (3) educational organization

that presents the founders’ “American View” of law and government.  

Contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by IRS regulations. Personal and corporate contributions are allowed.

Please mail your tax-deductible donation(s) to:

Men and Women for a Representative  Democracy in America, Inc.

P.O. Box 1017

Sykesville, Maryland 21784

© 2017 Men and Women for a Representative Democracy in America


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