Kayleigh McEnany is a former CNN contributor, calling herself the “Juan Williams of CNN.” In 2017, she was appointed the National Spokesperson for the Republican National Committee. She holds a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School. Kayleigh has a very powerful success story that is very touching to hear live. When she speaks at an event, most often a young conservative event, she gives advice as to how to succeed. At the Young Women’s Leadership Summit, she told the audience of young girls that “You need to build up your resume, be diligent in your work, be prepared and be bold when it matters.” She also mentioned at the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit that “You might find help in the unexpected. My mentor is a liberal and helped lead me to success.” This is an important message to hear, especially for conservatives. She reminds you that conservatives should not isolate themselves from liberals. We should be willing to have relationships with those whom they disagree. We could ultimately could find a mentor in the unlikeliest of places. Kayleigh is a very successful young women is a pleasure to hear from in person.
Allie Stuckey, the woman behind the podcast titled “Relatable,” is truly an amazing woman. She brings so much to the conservative movement at such a young age. Her speeches are filled with satire, valuable information about self-care and her defense of the Judeo-Christian values in conservatism. In her speech at the Young America’s Foundation NCSC, she told the audience that “You need to embrace failure, if you do not have freedom to fail, then you do not have freedom to succeed” and that “Life will get better.” Not only are her speeches filled with quality content, but she is always willing to engage in conversation with open question and answer sessions in which she provides you with the most profound answers to your questions. She is definitely worth hearing live, especially if you are an avid listener of her podcast or CRTV show.
Laura Ingraham is the host of “The Ingraham Angle” on Fox News Channel. Ingraham is obviously intelligent, judging by her monologues and comments on her show, but seeing her live is a whole new experience. At Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit, she addressed the young conservative crowd with comments surrounding the issues of pulling our troops from Syria recently and the border wall. Her speech was one that called young people to action. Not only did she provide information, she encouraged the crowd to not back down from their values on their campuses and in their schools. In addition to this, a young girl told Ingraham during a question session that her high school teacher was always bashing Fox News and Republicans. In response to this, Ingraham offered to visit this young girl’s school and speak to the class. Even though she is a famous Fox News figure, she was humble and willing to interact with the young crowd and provided a whole new insight into her personality when she is off the air.
Kellyanne Conway, the first successful female campaign manager and now Counselor to the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, is someone you need to see live. At Turning Point USA’s Young Women’s Leadership Summit, she was the keynote speaker at the Young Women’s banquet. She gave insight into why Trump’s campaign was successful and outlined the accomplishments of the women in the Trump administration. She also addressed the opioid crisis in America. In her speech, she reminded the audience that, “You need to be the yes person, opportunity does not knock twice.” She also stated that young women need to, “Do what is best for themselves, not what other people want them to do.” She was very determined and it was evident how hardworking she is. Hearing her live really personified the accomplishments of the women in the Trump administration and was truly motivating. Hearing her appearances on Fox News is one thing, but being the same room as her and hearing her say that the women in the room are the future and can do anything is truly inspiring and unique.