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Fiona McFarland graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 2008, where she majored in Political Science

She commissioned as an Ensign in the US Navy and spent eight years on active duty in the United States Navy.

 

While on active duty, she also completed her Masters of Business Administration from the University of Chapel Hill’s Kenan Flagler business school in 2013.

In her civilian capacity, Fiona worked as a consultant with the global business management consulting firm McKinsey and Company, where she served clients across media, consumer goods, manufacturing, and advanced technology industry, among others, consulting directly with senior executives of Fortune 500 companies to help them solve business and operations challenges

Thursday, Nov 18th, 2021

6:00 PM Social 

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Dinner & Speaker

Marina Jack 

2 Marina Plaza

Guest speaker:

Fiona McFarland

Florida House of Representatives

District 72

 

Fiona will discuss the Special Legislative Session about Vaccine Mandates and a preview of the 2022 legislative session.

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Congressman Jordan has been a tireless defender of conservative, traditional American ideals represented by the Republican Party and led the fight against an unjust impeachment of President Trump. He has led investigations into federal agencies, including the IRS, and has offered more spending cuts than any other member of Congress. And he is a founder and former Chair of the House Freedom Caucus.

 

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 Morgan Ortagus, former State Department Spokesperson. She gave us insight as to what it was like during her two years working for US Secretary of State.

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