Board of Directors
|Jerry Parker, Chairman||Goochland, Virginia|
|Sandy Cupp-Davis||Blacksburg, Virginia|
|Robin DeJarnette||Midlothian, Virginia|
|David Johnson||Midlothian, Virginia|
|Mike Meredith||Harrisonburg, Virginia|
|Dave Rensin||Waterford, Virginia|
Robin DeJarnette is the founder and Executive Director of the Virginia Conservative Action PAC. Robin has been involved in advancing the conservative movement in Virginia for 15 years. She was the Government Relations Director for The Family Foundation for 10 years. Robin has also consulted and been involved in numerous local, state and federal races throughout Virginia, to include managing Jay Katzen’s campaign for Lt. Governor. She also represents and lobbies for various pro-family groups before Congress.
Jamie has been involved in Virginia politics for over 12 years. She has worked at the federal level for the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee and at the state level for Governor George Allen. Jamie is also an experienced public policy consultant, consulting state agencies in streamlining government processes and improving public policy procedures. She also has extensive experience on consulting local, legislative, and statewide campaigns. She has been with VCAP for 2.5 years. At VCAP Jamie has focused on coordinating strategy with campaigns and candidates, press communications, and grassroots work. Most recently she developed the VOICE Program and launched the VCAP Blog. Jamie has her B.S. in Government from Liberty University and her Master of Public Policy from The College of William & Mary. She has lived in Virginia for 20 years and has 3 children.
Dave comes to the Virginia Conservative Action PAC from Morton Blackwell’s Leadership Institute. There, he trained over a thousand conservative activists, candidates, and campaign staffs in running highly effective grassroots campaigns. Dave burst onto the political scene with the Don Carcieri for Governor campaign team, successfully helping a conservative get elected Governor in liberal Rhode Island. He later served as Political Director for the Duane Sand for U.S. Congress campaign in North Dakota. Dave’s political experience stems from work on a variety of campaigns on the local, state, and national level.
VCAP is proud to announce the addition of Rebekah Giannini to our VCAP team. Rebekah will be assisting VCAP part-time with our grassroots projects, the 2006 Virginia Conservative Convention, and campaign financing while she pursues her Master of Counseling degree. Rebekah and her husband recently moved to Richmond from Northern Virginia where she directed a crisis pregnancy center. Most recently she worked in the corporate world where she focused on project and event management. She is a 2003 graduate from The College of William and Mary.