Mary Beth Brown

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Mary Beth Brown co-founded Citizens United with her husband, Floyd G. Brown, in 1988. She is the Director of the National Committee for Faith and Family and Chairman of Citizens United for Family, a project of Citizens United Foundation.[1]


According to her NCFF profile[2] , Brown is a Registered Nurse and writer. "She also serves on the board of the nationally-recognized conservative women's organization, the Clare Boothe Luce Public Policy Institute. ... [A] graduate of the University of Washington, she was a founder of the Mothers Campaign for Family in that state. She has been a delegate to several Republican Conventions and has testified before the Washington State Senate on education, child and family issues. ...

Brown's "most recent book" is Hand of Providence: the Strong and Quiet Faith of Ronald Reagan published March 2004 by WorldNetDaily Books.

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  1. Profile: Mary Beth Brown,
  2. Profile: Mary Beth Brown,