Tracey Miller, Vice President
Tracey Miller is an experienced executive with a proven track record of success in non-profit and for-profit organizations.
Early in her career she served in leadership of the Washington Scholarship Fund, where she played a pivotal role in the organization, implementation, and funding of the privately funded school choice program. This program became the foundation for the DC School Choice Incentive Act of 2003 – an initiative to implement school choice nationwide. Mrs. Miller went on to advocate to protect and preserve life as she helped with the nationwide expansion of Baby Safe Haven Laws, which allow mothers to safely relinquish newborn infants without fear of prosecution for abandonment or neglect. Her work was responsible for the safe relinquishment of over 1,000 infants.
In 2003, Mrs. Miller formed Credo Strategies, a boutique consulting firm focused on providing strategic planning, advocacy, and fundraising assistance to non-profits and startup companies.
Mrs. Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from American University. Her military family prides itself on service to country and community.
Tom McHale, Director of Public Policy and Digital Media
Tom McHale is the Director of Public Policy and Digital Media for American Constitutional Rights Union and ACRU Action Fund.
Tom McHale is an author and Editor of American Handgunner magazine. He’s published seven books to date, most of which focus on Second Amendment-related topics, concealed carry, personal defense, and guns and shooting. During the past 10 years, Tom has published nearly 2,000 articles across a variety of publications.
His most recent book, The Practical Guide to the United States Constitution, provides an entertaining, factually accurate, “owner’s manual” for citizens of the United States of America. This practical guide covers the underlying concepts of natural rights and consent-based government. The book also clarifies how each of the three primary founding documents, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, work together to define the goals, theory, and mechanics of the American system. The heart of this book is a simplified walk through the contents and meaning of the founding documents.
Prior to his writing career, Tom spent 25 years working in the technology industry as a marketing executive and strategic alliances director. Over his tenure in the technology industry, Tom worked for companies including NCR, Verizon, two different internet startups, and spent 11 years with Microsoft. From his time immersed in the tech space, Tom understands not only the opportunities possible from the industry, but the potential dangers, pitfalls, and threats to privacy and freedom.
Tom also understands the challenges faced by the heart of the American economy — small business. He grew up in a family of small business entrepreneurs, taking part in the family business throughout his high school, college, and adult years. Later in life, he invested his life savings, started his own, and became intimately familiar with struggles entrepreneurs face dealing with not only the challenges of growing a business and meeting a payroll but counterproductive and often burdensome government regulations.
Tom is a graduate of Emory University with a major in Economics and a minor in Computer Science. He completed his Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of North Florida with a concentration in Finance and Marketing.