March 26, 2021


Beverly Hallberg Joins America’s Future Board of Directors

By: AF Editors

America’s Future is excited to announce that Beverly Hallberg has been elected to join AF’s board of directors.

Richard Lorenc, AF’s chairman says, “Beverly has trained hundreds of liberty movement leaders (including me!) in the art of persuasive communication to advance the ideas of freedom. Now, as we continue to grow AF’s membership nationwide, we are honored to employ her wisdom and tap her foresight as a member of AF’s outstanding board team.”

Beverly Hallberg Joins America’s Future Board of Directors

Beverly is the founder and president of District Media Group. An expert media coach, lecturer, and public speaker with 20 years of experience, she trains Members of Congress, CEOs, policy wonks, reporters, non-profit and movement leaders, and politicos. Beverly is a guest columnist for the Daily Signal, Washington Examiner, and The Hill, and is a frequent contributor on Fox News and CNN. Beverly is a native of Hollister, CA, and currently resides in Greenville, SC.

“As a young professional in DC, AF was the place to learn and network. Many of the clients and friends I have today are because of the relationships built with other freedom-loving people at annual events and monthly roundtable discussions. I’m honored to be part of the AF board so I can give back to an organization that has had a big impact in my career,” Beverly writes.

Beverly joins existing members Jeff Berkowitz, Chaz Cirame, Peter Lipsett, Kathleen O’Hearn (Vice Chair), Richard Lorenc (Chairman), John Tillman (Secretary), and Brian Wilson (Treasurer) on the board of directors

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Beverly Hallberg speaking at an America’s Future roundtable event in 2011.

AF looks forward to working with Beverly and the rest of the board of directors as we work to empower young people to be active, civil, and curious citizens through networking, mentoring, leadership and community engagement, and an extensive array of programming.