Brenda Lenard, a commonsense conservative for the United States Senate (TN).
A passionate and exceptional leader whose experience has brought her to the pinnacle of both the academia and political worlds.
No matter what the challenge's are, Brenda Lenard has made a habit of facing them head-on—and succeeding no matter what the arena. As a child she once called a condemned building "home". Lenard graduated cum laude, from Beulah Heights University with a Bachelors of Arts in biblical education and a minor in leadership. She then matriculated to Kennesaw State University earning a Master's Degree in public administration. Lenard is currently completing the dissertation phase of doctoral studies in political science at the University of Tennessee -Knoxville.
America face's grave long-term issues that are critical to our nation's economy and quality of life. With long-term unemployment crippling our nation's economic growth, a staggering education gap looming, and reckless speeding by the federal government once again, Lenard rose to the occasion - and on January 15, 2013 made the decision to run for the United States Senate (TN). She is making an impressive showing by providing bold leadership and a clear alternative to the status-quo on issues such as the economy, national security and Washington’s wasteful spending, social security, health care reform, immigration and energy independence.
Not content to take a permanent leave of absence after her highly successful business career and the death of her six month old son Daniel, due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Lenard founded and serves as the Chair of National Strategy of Daniel's Dream for Children Awareness, Inc. An non-profit organization committed to heighten public awareness and public awareness of SIDS.
Her life is a testament of the American dream --Lenard knows and understands the American traditions of hard work, community service, and strong values very well, because those are the same values she was born, raised, and educated with. Her American values and common-sense are a testament to the work she strives to accomplish such as the promotion of individual liberty, economic opportunity and a smaller federal government. Brenda Lenard believes in America and the people which make up this great nation.
Brenda Lenard grew up in Atlanta, Georgia with a loving mother and five siblings and little else. Her mother worked a variety of jobs . Even though these jobs required hard work and little glamour, her mother knew this life was better than the dirt farms upon which she grew up. She also stressed to her children that hard work was the key to achieving their American Dreams.
Lenard’s mother had two dreams. First, she wanted to move her children out of the condemned building they called "home" and into their own house. Secondly, she wanted her children to graduate from college. As a single parent of six, these aspirations might have seemed lofty, but she knew that if she kept her faith in God, faith in themselves and faith in the greatest nation on the Earth, nothing was impossible.
The first dream was realized in a rural community on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia. After years of saving from her many jobs, Lenard’s mother surprised the entire family, by purchasing a home for their family. The second dream was realized when Lenard graduated cum laude from Beulah Heights Bible College with a degree in biblical studies and leadership in 2005.
Herman Cain, former Presidential Candidate, remarked “Brenda, we need you in the United States Senate.” Here’s why…. Brenda Lenard is a commonsense conservative, with proven leadership that will represent all Americans.
"I have a vision of a Better. Brighter. Bolder America - as the defender of life, liberty and freedom in times of peril and of my fellow Americans as always persevering, courageous and confident. It is with this vision of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that I begin this campaign." - Brenda Lenard, candidate for United States Senate.
Inspired by the work ethic and character of her mother, Lenard continued her education by earning her Masters degree in public administration from Kennesaw State University while working full-time and raising three small children. She is currently completing her dissertation in political science and evaluation measurements and statistics from the University of Tennessee- Knoxville. Though Lenard enjoys using her talents in academia, she has gravitated towards the culture of public service.
Lenard began her professional career in private banking as a private bank advisor for Heritage Bank. After considerable success at Heritage bank, she moved to MCI. Within a short period of time, Lenard rose to position of HSE supervisor. Although the comforts of a corner office seemed gratifying, Lenard new that she needed a challenge.
She became the chief executive officer of a mid-size construction firm. This meant starting from the “ground up,” operating and maintaining heavy equipment and general labor. Lenard was assigned to grow the new start-up in an overcrowded and competitive industry. Within two years, the firm was boasting a consistent track record of improving efficiency, maximizing profits whilst minimizing costs.
Energized by overcoming the many obstacles of her job at Blend Construction, Inc. , Lenard took on the greatest challenge of her career. Following the death of her six month old son due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, she founded and serves as the Chair of National Strategy for Daniel's Dream for Children's Awareness, Inc. An organization committed to heighten public awareness of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Under Lenard's administration, the Daniel's Dream for Children's Awareness has grown significantly, Lenard has been recognized for her advocacy by the American Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Institute. Her non-profit successes garnered the respect and admiration of industry peers who named her to the advisory board of Middle Tennessee State University.
Today, as a conservative candidate for the United States Senate, she is very active and outspoken voice for conservative issues. She serves as a regular contributor on several radio broadcasts and as a keynote speaker at conferences and events around the nation.
Despite the many professional commitments of her life, Lenard continues to enjoy most the time spent with family. As her children grew older, she knew that she had an extraordinary obligation to do what she could to make this a safe and prosperous nation for generations to come. The paramount joy in her life are her children.
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