Nancy Schulze
Founder, Republican Congressional Wives Speakers

Nancy Schulze's national speaking career focuses on the worldview of the Founders, the unraveling of their vision, and the reclaiming and rebuilding of the "real" America. Speaking has taken Nancy to conferences, conventions, campaigns and events throughout the country and abroad.

Her career path began in New York City, with several years on the road singing principal roles in musical theatre productions. USO Tours took her overseas, one in which she played Molly in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown". Following her marriage to 9-term Congressman Dick Schulze (PA), she became an event singer in Washington, D.C. performing from the U.S. Capitol Rotunda to Constitution Hall to Ambassadors' Residences, at the Inaugural Prayer Service for the U.S. Congress, the Inaugural Prayer Service for the Governor of New York, Galas for First Ladies of the United States, et cetera. Nancy's one woman show of World War II and patriotic music brought standing ovations in Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol. Nancy also sang the Battle Hymm of the Republic at Enough Is Enough®'s national launch of the Internet Safety issue in 1995 in the Senate Russell Caucus room in the U.S. Capitol.

In 2008, Nancy founded the Republican Congressional Wives Speakers, with seminars for the wives featuring top experts in the fields of speaking, media training and thought leadership. During the last 3 weeks of the 2016 elections, she organized and produced the "Women for Trump" Bus Tour which made 30 stops in the critical state of North Carolina and generated significant national press coverage. Eleven Congressional wives took part in the tour which, according to Campaign Co-Chairman Steve Bannon, turned the election for Trump in North Carolina.