Ken Adams, Team Leader
Ken is retired from Verizon. For most of his career, he managed Call Centers. During his final years with the telecom company, Ken was a Business Planner, organizing an array of resources to produce an effective and profitable enterprise.
Ken’s community involvements have included,
- Member of the Board of Directors of the Crisis Pregnancy Center in Syracuse, New York.
- Officer of Election for 14 years in Fluvanna County, Virginia.
- Chairman of the Fluvanna County Electoral Board.
- Chairman of the Waynesboro Virginia Republican Committee.
- Founder of the Waynesboro Republican Committee’s Annual Washington’s Birthday Breakfast.
- Author of weekly editorial page articles for the News Virginian.
- Chairman of the Republican Legislative District Committee for Virginia Senate District 24.
Ken’s leadership motto is “Big Vision and Great Courage.” His life verse is Micah 6:8.
Anne Fitzgerald, Executive Director
Anne began her involvement with the pro-life movement in 1987, at the age of 12, when she attended her first Right to Life March in Washington, DC. A former sales and marketing director, Anne holds a B.A. in History from Marymount University and Masters of Public Administration, with a focus on Nonprofit Management, from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Anne has spent almost 20 years working in and around politics in Virginia. She worked in a lobbying firm, served two Governors, and has worked on countless campaigns.
Anne resides in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and is the mother to two sweet little boys. She loves traveling, writing, coffee, and will one day learn how to knit and play the mandolin.
Diana Shores, Director of Social Media
Diana has held a variety of public and private sector positions. After earning her degree in Economics from Longwood University, she was the Program Manager, Instructor and Director of a public and private partnership that focused on enhancing teacher knowledge of economics and personal finance. The members of the partnership worked as a team to develop the personal finance courses now being offered in many high schools to educate students about making wise financial decisions.
Diana then went on to a research position that created instructional materials to facilitate learning for students with disabilities in the higher education setting. This experience kindled in her a new passion for working with those with various barriers to success.
She has spent the last several years working as a Director for a day-support facility for adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities. She has served on community boards such as the Workforce Investment Board and the local Board for Human Rights.
Diana has worked for several political campaigns and committees, which sought to advance the protection of our Constitutional liberties, including the right to life. She believes that all life should be honored and protected, from conception to natural death.