Nena Whitfield

Nena Whitfield is an Executive Director in “LOLA” (Ladies of Liberty Alliance). She is from Ann Arbor, Michigan and moved to Washington, DC upon completing her Master’s program in Diplomacy from Norwich University in Vermont in 2007. She has worked at the Cato Institute and been involved with a number of political campaigns, most recently as assistant campaign manager for now junior Senator Rand Paul. After the 2010 elections, Nena joined Sen. Paul in his Washington, DC office as a Legislative Aide on the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. In 2013, Nena left Capitol Hill to work with LOLA full-time. Nena is active in her community as a founding member and former Treasurer of the DC Liberty Toastmasters, Chair of the Republican Liberty Caucus of DC and the Vice President and Treasurer of the Norwich Alumni DC Chapter.
In 2009, a group of women got together to address the shortage of female leaders in the fight for liberty and called themselves the Ladies of Liberty Alliance (LOLA).
Two short years later, LOLA became a non-profit educational organization with the mission of educating and empowering female leaders within the liberty movement. LOLA provides leadership training to equip women with the tools and techniques necessary to spread the message of liberty.