Armed & Fabulous
From learning to shoot as an adult to becoming an NRA Board member, Barbara found her home in the firearms community.
Cindy Gregory was raised on the core values on which our country was founded—faith, family and freedom. In our society that often seems to be losing sight of these values, Cindy and her husband Joe instill in their two sons a respect for freedom shared by NRA. Cindy and Joe are longstanding supporters of the Second Amendment and Charter members of the NRA Golden Ring of Freedom.
Although she had never even held a gun until she was 40 years old, Women's Leadership Forum Executive Committee Member Melanie Pepper has already made her mark in the hunting community, receiving the prestigious Safari Club International Diana Award. She is passionate about conserving the beautiful land she hunts, and works to ensure her love of hunting is passed on to the next generation.
The Woods's family’s commitment to the future of our Second Amendment freedom spans decades, and their impact will undoubtedly echo for many years to come. John Woods and wife Judy played a key role in helping establish The NRA Foundation. Now, daughter Julie Woods Hill looks to continue that tradition with the newly announced NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Endowment.
An accomplished sportswoman with a deep love for animals, Libby Krottinger believes that hunters form the greatest conservation group in the world.
Katherine Brown Ohlhausen is most at ease when she's outdoors enjoying nature and exploring the world with her husband, Eric, and two children, Wallis and Marshall.
Women's Leadership Forum Executive Committee Member Susan Kriley is proof that any and every woman is capable of becoming a skilled shooter and hunter. Although she used to tag along with her husband to the shooting range simply to enjoy the scenery, she has since developed a deep passion for the shooting sports and hunting all her own.
SCI Diana Award Winner Sandra Sadler began her hunting career later in life, but she embraces the world of hunting and conservation with a passion! Sandra and husband, Byron, travel the world together and give back to communities both near and far—from supporting conservation efforts in Africa to hosting the Combat Marine Outdoors program at their self-owned Two Dot Ranch.
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.