The Detroit Economic Club presented a conversation with Ronna McDaniel Monday. Catch the presentation by the Michigan woman who serves as chair of the Republican National Committee via dptv.org/dec.
In 2017, Ronna McDaniel became the second woman ever elected to be Chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC). Under her leadership, the RNC raised record funds and made its largest ever ground game investment.
Pres. Donald Trump asked McDaniel to continue to lead the RNC through the 2020 election cycle thanks to her record of results for the party.
Detroit Public TV, in partnership with the Detroit Economic Club, will provide a livestream of a conversation with McDaniel on Monday, June 10, at 12:35 p.m. It can be viewed at dptv.org/dec.
Prior to her tenure at the RNC, McDaniel served as the chair of the Michigan Republican Party, where she helped deliver the state for Pres. Trump and the party for the first time since 1988. She began her career in politics as a grassroots activist, serving as a precinct delegate, a district committee executive member, a state party committeewoman in Michigan, an RNC committeewoman and a national delegate to the 2012 Republican National Convention representing Michigan’s 11th District.
McDaniel is a granddaughter of two-term Michigan Governor and businessman, George W. Romney, and niece of former Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney.
In Northville where she lives, McDaniel has served on land planning and public safety committees and has been actively involved in her local Parent Teacher Association. She also serves on the executive board of The Romney Institute of Public Policy, part of the Marriot Business School at Brigham Young University. The third of seven children, she received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Brigham Young and is married to Patrick McDaniel. Together they have two children, Abigail and Nash.
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