Henry Barbour - National Committeeman from Mississippi

Henry Barbour serves as the National Committeeman from Mississippi and was elected in August 2005. On the RNC, Barbour serves on the Executive Committee and is a co-chair of the Growth and Opportunity Project for the Party. He also currently serves on the RGA Finance Committee, the Mississippi Republican Party Executive Committee and the Yazoo County Republican Party Executive Committee. Barbour also volunteered for the Romney for President Campaign and the Rick Perry for President Campaign. He was recognized by the Romney Campaign in their top fundraising category. He is active in his community as a member of the Yazoo County Chamber of Commerce and the First Presbyterian Church, along with historically coaching girls' soccer and softball teams. Previously, he served as campaign manager for Haley Barbour's campaign for Governor in 2003 and Chip Pickering's Congressional campaigns in 1996 and 2002. In addition, he worked on the 1988 Bush/Quayle campaign and as an RNC staffer in the 1992 and 1994 election cycles, including working on the 1992 RNC Convention. Following Hurricane Katrina, he served as the Executive Director for the Governor's Commission on Recovery, Rebuilding and Renewal. He is a partner at Capitol Resources LLC and lives in Yazoo City with his wife and three daughters. On Twitter @HenryBarbour

Sally Bradshaw - Veteran senior strategist in Florida and national politics

Sally Bradshaw has an extensive career in federal and state government and the political arena.

Bradshaw currently serves as an advisor to Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford of Tampa, and also served as the Speaker-Designate's Transition Director. Bradshaw previously served as an advisor to Governor Haley Barbour and his political action committee. She served as a senior advisor to the Republican Party of Florida during the 2010 general election cycle. During the 2008 Presidential race, she served as a senior advisor to Governor Mitt Romney's Presidential campaign, responsible for overseeing Florida primary operations.

Bradshaw served as Governor Jeb Bush's Chief of Staff from January of 1999 through January of 2001. In that position she directed the day-to-day operations of the Governor's office. She was also the director of the Bush transition effort. She served as senior Campaign Advisor to the Bush-Brogan 2002 re-election campaign, and she managed Bush's 1998 gubernatorial bid, a position she also held in 1994.

She has served as a public relations consultant to Core Message, a public affairs and grassroots firm in Tallahassee; she has also served as a business development consultant to Design Farm, a full-service marketing and consulting firm, also in Tallahassee.

A native of Greenville, Mississippi, Bradshaw has lived in Florida since 1991, holding a variety of political positions including Political Director of the Republican Party of Florida, Executive Director of the 1992 Florida Bush-Quayle campaign, and Staff Director for the House of Representatives Republican Office. She has also served as Executive Director of the Foundation for Florida's Future, a non-profit grassroots public policy institute.

Before moving to Florida, Bradshaw worked at the White House, where she was an Associate Director of Political Affairs for President George H.W. Bush from 1989-1991. She served as a regional field coordinator for the Bush for President Campaign in 1988.

She attended Vanderbilt University and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from George Washington University.

Bradshaw serves as a member of the Florida State Board of Education, appointed in 2011 by Governor Rick Scott. She previously served on this board from 2003-2004 as an appointee of Governor Jeb Bush. She has also served as Chairman of the School Board of Trustees, Holy Comforter Episcopal School and as a member of the Head of School Search Committee for Holy Comforter. She is a former Director of Capital Health Plan, Tallahassee.

Bradshaw and her husband Paul and their four children attend Faith Presbyterian Church where she has served as a member of the Church Session, Diaconate, and Faith Preschool board of directors. She has also chaired the Personnel Committee and teaches Sunday School. On Twitter @SallyBradshaw

Ari Fleischer - Former White House Press Secretary

As former White House press secretary, Ari Fleischer was the primary spokesperson for President Bush and delivered the daily White House briefings from 2001 to 2003. He previously served as the spokesman for the Bush-Cheney presidential campaign. In his almost four years working for George W. Bush, he served as spokesman during the historic presidential recount, September 11th, two wars and the anthrax attack. His best-selling book, Taking Heat, details his years in the White House and reached #7 on The New York Times best seller list. He is also a political analyst for CNN where you can catch him several times a week, especially now.

Prior to joining Governor Bush's campaign, Fleischer was the national spokesman and communications director for Elizabeth Dole's presidential campaign. He has also worked on Capitol Hill as a press secretary to three Congressmen and one United States Senator.

Fleischer is a native of Pound Ridge, New York and a 1982 graduate of Vermont's Middlebury College. Now president of his own firm, Ari Fleischer Communications Inc., he offers advice to clients in the corporate and sports world on how to handle the press.

He resides in Westchester County, New York, with his wife, Becki, and their two children. On Twitter @AriFleischer

Zori Fonalledas - National Committeewoman from Puerto Rico

Born and raised in Puerto Rico, attorney Fonalledas is the National Committeewoman of the Republican Party of Puerto Rico. She has held this position since 1995. Throughout all these years, Zori has been the backbone of the Republican Party of Puerto Rico, dedicating her energy and enthusiasm to increasing its grassroots, coordinating fundraising events and actively participating as a Republican in local and stateside activities.

Her political career began as the grandchild of one of Puerto Rico's foremost leaders in the Republican Party, Rafael Martinez Nadal. She inherited his fierce and determined spirit to promote statehood and republican values to both the residents of Puerto Rico, and the Puerto Ricans in the Mainland. At this time, she is the Republican National Committeewoman for Puerto Rico and was the Chairwoman of the Mitt Romney campaign in Puerto Rico. She has been a member of the Budget Committee, Rules Committee, and the Committee on Arrangements of the Republican National Committee. She was the Chairwoman of the Committee on Permanent Organization in the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, FL. She is also a member of the Board of Trustees Ana G. Méndez University System in Puerto Rico and member of the International Institute for People with Disabilities of Puerto Rico.

Glenn McCall - National Committeeman from South Carolina

Glenn McCall was elected as the National Committeeman from South Carolina in May of 2008. He has served on the RNC Resolutions Committee, the Rules Committee and was a member of the Committee on Arrangements Executive Committee and served as the Chairman of the Delegate Experience Subcommittee for the 2012 Republican National Convention. He has attended the past three conventions.

Currently, Mr. McCall serves as the Chairman of the York County Republican Party and the South Carolina Traffic Camera Review Commission. He is on the board of the South Carolina Workforce Review Committee, the Palmetto Pregnancy Center and serves on the Board of Trustees for Winthrop University.

Previously, Mr. McCall served as the Senior Vice President for Bank of America. He was the Second Vice President for the South Carolina GOP, a member of the South Carolina GOP Resolutions Committee, and the Vice President of the South Carolina GOP Convention. McCall also served on the board of the South Carolina Human Affairs Commission and the South Carolina Board of Health and Environmental Control. On Twitter @GMcCallSC

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