Cathie Adams, Speaker
“The United Nations’ Agenda 21 and Its Impact on Texas”
On Tues, Sept 27th, the the TPTP is honored in having Cathie Adams Once again join us for our meeting and share her thoughts on Agenda 21. Cathie was nice enough to be our special speaker at our April 26th meeting when she reviewed the impact of Radical Islam on America.
Cathie was the State Chairman for the Republican Party of Texas 2009-2010.
Cathie Adams has spent over twenty years working with grassroots leaders to elect Texas Republicans and keep the strong conservative values in this great state. She is an experienced Conservative leader who has proved she gets results that matter.
She has been involved in the Republican Party in many ways: as an election judge, a member of the district, state and national resolutions/platform committees; a Delegate to every senatorial and state convention since 1988; and a Delegate to the 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008 Republican National Conventions.
At the 2008 State Convention, Cathie was elected as the Republican National Committeewoman for Texas. She was elected Chairman of the RPT in October 2009 by members of the State Executive Committee.
She served as a member of the National Platform Committee in 2000, 2004 and 2008 where she led on issues such as the Right to Life, Border Security, Tort Reform, Limited Government/lower taxes, Sanctity of Marriage, Photo ID to Vote, U.S. Sovereignty and many others.
She serves on the Advisory Board for the Young Conservatives of Texas, an independent, non-partisan, youth organization dedicated to the preservation of individual liberties and freedoms through limited government. Cathie is also a strong supporter and donor for Texans for Lawsuit Reform, Texans Alliance for Life and National Rifle Association.
She joined the board of the Dallas Eagle Forum in the mid-1980s, and then served as president for 5 years until being appointed president of the Texas Eagle Forum (www.texaseagle.org) in 1993 by the national affiliate’s leader Phyllis Schlafly. Cathie also serves on the board of the National Eagle Forum.