MAY FEATURED SPEAKER – TYLER BOWER

Tyler Bowyer is a 7th Generation Arizonan and conservative activist. He has served as Republican Precinct Committeeman, Congressional Advisory Chairman, Republican Legislative District Chairman, Republican County Chairman of the largest Republican-held County in America and was a primary organizer and speaker at the first Trump Rally in July of 2015.

Tyler joined Charlie Kirk at Turning Point USA in 2015 later becoming Chief Operating Officer(COO) overseeing the nation’s largest and most impactful field program, organizing the nation’s largest activist events and reaching hundreds of millions in digital initiatives.  In 2019, he also took on the role of COO of Turning Point Action the 501(c)(4) organization that operates the nationwide youth effort Students for Trump.

Tyler resides in Mesa, Arizona with his wife Lauren and three kids, Brooks, Nell and Quincy, and is a graduate of Arizona State University.

APRIL FEATURED SPEAKER ALEXANDER KOLODIN

Alexander Kolodin is the president of Kolodin Law Group PLLC.  This past election season, he represented President Trump’s full slate of Arizona electors alongside co-counsel Sidney Powell.  In another matter, he obtained a ruling from the Arizona Supreme Court that Maricopa County was attempting to provide early voters with illegal and unconstitutional instructions.  He is currently litigating a suit against Minority Leader Charlene Fernandez, alleging that she defamed Reps. Finchem and Kern by accusing them of participating in the Capitol riot.

In 2014, Mr. Kolodin litigated one of the first cases establishing that metadata stored on election tabulator computers is a public record under Arizona law.  He previously taught business law at Grand Canyon University’s Colangelo College of Business and currently serves on the board of directors of the Arizona School Choice Trust and as legal counsel to the Arizona Republican Party.

Mr. Kolodin graduated, cum laude, from Georgetown University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he was a Dean’s Fellow.