Brenda Roames, President, NJ FFC
Brenda J. Roames was born and raised in New Jersey where she graduated from Overbrook Regional High School in Lindenwold with honors and was inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame. She also studied business and marketing at Cumberland County College.
Brenda is a retired medical office administrator of almost 30 years. She helped build Main Street Family Medicine from the ground level to the largest family practice in the area within a few short years.
Aware that our country was in jeopardy, she founded the Greenwich Tea Party Patriots of South Jersey in February of 2010. It was started with 12 members and quickly grew to over 1000 patriots covering Salem, Cumberland and Gloucester Counties. Brenda believed the success of the Greenwich Tea Party was representative of the unwavering Godly principles embodied in each board member.
A great honor was bestowed on Brenda when Dr. Rick Scarborough asked her to speak at Vision America’s Gala entitled, “2011 Heroes of Faith” honoring David Barton, Founder and President of Wallbuilders. The event was held in Houston, Texas in September 2011.
In 2012, Brenda received the "Engage Award" from Smart Girl Politics for her efforts in the Tea Party movement.
The "Betsy Ross Activist of the Year" for the State of New Jersey was awarded to Brenda in a ceremony on the 4th of July, 2013 by the Independence Hall Tea Party in Philadelphia.
On April 12, 2014, the "Purple Heart Award for Business Owners" was given to Brenda by the National Society of American Business Owners in recognition for her grassroots efforts in self-development, family, community, business and national influence.
Brenda is a very active member of Fairton Christian Center in Fairton, New Jersey.
She has been married to Michael since 1988 and they reside in Upper Deerfield, New Jersey. Brenda has four children and 10 grandchildren.