Chairman John Whitbeck

John C. Whitbeck, Jr. is an attorney and small-business owner from Loudoun County, Virginia. His law practice focuses on family law, education law, criminal law, mental health law and civil litigation.

Chairman Whitbeck was elected on January 24, 2015 to serve the remaining term of retiring Chairman Pat Mullins. He was previously the Chairman of the 10th Congressional District Committee, which played a key role in Rep. Barbara Comstock’s landslide win in 2014.

He previously served as a professor of law at George Mason University Law School, and the former Director of the George Mason University Law and Mental Illness Clinic. The Clinic provided pro bono legal representation to the families of mentally ill individuals seeking to have their loved ones committed to psychiatric treatment.

In addition to his law practice, Chairman Whitbeck served as Substitute Judge in Virginia District Courts and Special Prosecutor in the Loudoun County General District Courts.

Chairman Whitbeck is active in the Loudoun County Community, serving at various times on Local Governmental Boards and Charitable Boards, including the Loudoun County Government Reform Commission, Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, President of the Lansdowne on the Potomac Homeowner’s Association and the Loudoun County Criminal Justice Board.

He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus in the St. John’s Parish in Leesburg, Virginia. Chairman Whitbeck attended law school at George Mason University., and graduated with an A.B. in Politics from Occidental College in Los Angeles, California.

During his time at Occidental, he was a starting tight end and offensive lineman on the NCAA affiliated football team, was a member of the Occidental Rugby Club, and served as the President of the Delta Phi Chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity in his junior and senior years.

Mr. Whitbeck was also the Chairman of the Occidental chapter of the College Republicans in his sophomore and junior years.


National Committeeman Morton Blackwell

Morton Blackwell began in 1960 to identify, train, and place bright young conservatives for leadership in the public policy process. Barry Goldwater’s youngest elected national convention delegate in 1964, Blackwell chaired the state College Republicans and Young Republicans in Louisiana.

In 1980, he organized the national youth effort for Ronald Reagan, going on to serve on President Reagan’s White House Staff. In 1984, Blackwell left the White House to work full-time as the President of the Leadership Institute, his educational foundation that he began in 1979. His Institute is dedicated to training and placing conservatives. In 2016, his Leadership Institute trained 10,274 people in its 47 types of training schools. His website received more than 5.3 million unique visitors in 2016. Since 1988, he has served as the Virginia Republican National Committeeman. He now ranks number 4 in tenure among the 168 members of the RNC.


National Committeewoman Cynthia Dunbar

Cynthia Dunbar is an American patriot of Native-American descent. She currently is an author, public speaker, and National Committeewoman to the RNC for VA. She is a former elected member of the Texas State Board of Education, Assistant Professor of Law and Advisor to the Provost of Liberty University.

Cynthia Dunbar is a public servant working tirelessly at the local, state and national level. She is a contributing Professor for Constituting America, serves on the Boards of Directors of Faith 2 Action, Source for Women, Oil & Wine, Youth Can Lead, Amigos de Dios, and Merryfield Orphanage. Her policy and academic writings have been published by various mediums including William & Mary’s Journal of Women and the Law, Washington University’s John C. Danforth Center on Religion & Politics, Constituting America, Newsmax, and the Liberty Legal Journal.

Her passion for our Constitutional Republic has garnered her both National and International attention from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, PBS, Dateline, Norwegian International Radio, BBC Radio and the London Guardian, among others. She has been featured in the New York Times Magazine, on Hardball with Chris Matthews, frequently seen on Fox News and is a regular contributor addressing educational policy issues on Fox and Friends.