Armed & Fabulous
Through the Washington Women's Shooting Club, Suzie Brewster, a winner of the Diana Award, has helped introduce the shooting sports to nearly 1,000 women. Although she has faced unimaginable tragedy in her life, she remains the definition of resilience.
A fierce advocate for the Second Amendment and hunters' rights, Janet Nyce, co-chair of the NRA Women's Leadership Forum, has led a life of activism in support of firearms and the outdoors. As a lifelong volunteer, she is an active member of nearly 40 nationally recognized organizations such as Safari Club International, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Second Amendment Sisters, the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs and the Women’s Shooting Sports Foundation.She most recently was named the first "NRA Patriot of the Year," an award presented at the 2020 NRA Great American Outdoor Show.
The oldest manufacturers of firearms in the world, Beretta is committed to quality without compromise. And when it comes to quality and excellence, none compare to Monique Beretta. The heart and soul behind the Beretta family, she is especially devoted to preserving traditions and securing her family’s legacy for the future.
Women's Leadership Forum Executive Committee Member Barbara Rumpel has always had an eye for adventure. From moving to New York City without knowing anyone other than her boss, to partaking in arial hog management, this avid supporter of the NRA's Whittington Center is always ready to try something new.
Brenda, Sara and Eliza Potterfield have each grown up behind the trigger. Whether it's hunting, clay target shooting or growing their family business, MidwayUSA, this is one tradition that goes hand in hand with the Potterfield name.
In 2005, Sandy Froman was elected female president of the NRA — only the second woman ever to hold that post. Here, she discusses the journey that led to that role.