Carolyn Meadows Biography – Carolyn Meadows Wiki
Carolyn Meadows (Carolyn D. Meadows), is the new president of the National Rifle Association (NRA). She was elected president of the NRA in April 2019 after former President Oliver North was forced out amid a feud with NRA chief Wayne LaPierre.
Meadows also serves on the board of the American Conservative Union and is the Chairman of the Stone Mountain Board of Directors.
Meadows sat on the board of the Stone Mountain Memorial Association when it blocked the construction of a monument to Martin Luther King Jr. in 2015.
In 2015, the chief executive officer of the group proposed building a replica of the Liberty Bell atop Stone Mountain to honor King, who said in his iconic “I Have a Dream Speech”: “Let freedom ring from Stone Mountain of Georgia.”
According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “the park’s all-white governing board decided” that “such a monument would clash with the legislated purpose of the state-owned park as a memorial to the Confederacy.”
She also serves on the Republicans Overseas Advisory Board and Council on National Policy Board and is a former three-term Georgia Republican National Committeewoman.
Meadows joined the NRA’s board in 2003, eventually becoming second vice president, her most recent role before being elected president last month.
She graduated from Sprayberry high school in 1956.
Carolyn Meadows Age
Meadows is 80 years old. She was born and reared in east Cobb.
Carolyn Meadows Husband
She is married to her husband Bob Meadows.
Carolyn Meadows Children
She has three children.
Carolyn Meadows Parents – Carolyn Meadows Family
She is the daughter of Roy N. Dodgen and Cleo Mabry Dodgen. Her father worked primarily as a farmer. Dodgen Middle School was named after her father in the 1980s as he had been a trustee at Mountain View School. Another Cobb school, Mabry Middle, was named for her great-grandfather, Robert Mabry.