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Oakland woman named to national GOP board

By Lisa Vorderbrueggen
Monday, March 24th, 2008 at 1:31 pm in Republican politics.

Roseann Slonsky-Breault of Oakland has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the National Federation of Republican Women by National President Shirley Sadler, according to a press release. (In the photo on the right, Slonsky-Breault is on the right.)

She will serve as a member of the NFRW Americanism Committee for the 2008-2009 term.

Slonsky-Breault, an NFRW Regent, also joined more than 275 regents in Washington, D. C. for afternoon tea with First Lady Laura Bush during the group’s spring meeting March 12-16 in Washington, D.C.

The First Lady invited the NFRW Regents to the White House to thank the organization for it’s participation in education and literacy programs and to encourage members to continue their educational advocacy efforts.
Slonsky-Breault is the third vice president of the California Federation of Republican Women Northern Division, is immediate past President of Piedmont Area Republican Women Federated and is a member of the Alameda County Republican Central Committee.

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  • Patty O’Day

    Congratulations Roseanne! You deserve it. You work so hard. What and honor!

  • Terri Tonge

    Congratulations Rosanne. This is certainly well deserved recognition. You will bring a lot to the Board. I wish you all the best. Terri Tonge

  • Renegade GOP

    Wow Republicans in Oakland!! What a concept. I bet they meet in a 10′ x 10′ room Just life the SFGOP.

  • marilyn bradley

    Roseann,

    Congratulations! What an honor and a huge accomplishment. Very well deserved,my friend.

    Mare Bradley

  • Darcy

    Congratulations Roseann! No one deserves the honor more or will do a better job than you!