Brenda Lenard

Kingston, Tennessee

Brenda Lenard

Kingston, Tennessee

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Brenda Lenard, a commonsense conservative for United States Senate (TN). Born in the St. Louis, Missouri. She was raised primarily in Atlanta, Georgia where she attended neighborhood public schools. Lenard endured a difficult childhood, plagued with poverty, living in a condemned apartment building with her mom and five (5) siblings. The story does not end there, through tenacity, hard work and talent she was able to rise above her circumstances. Her life is a testament of the American dream --Lenard knows and understands the American traditions of hard work, community service, and strong values very well, because those are the same values she was born, raised, and educated with. Her American values and common-sense are a testament to the work she strives to accomplish such as the promotion of individual liberty, economic opportunity and a smaller federal government. Brenda Lenard believes in America and the people which make up this great nation. Herman Cain, former Presidential Candidate, recently remarked “Brenda, we need you in the United States Senate.” Here’s why…. Brenda Lenard is a commonsense conservative, with proven leadership that will represent all Americans. "I have a vision of a Better. Brighter. Bolder America - as the defender of life, liberty and freedom in times of peril and of my fellow Americans as always persevering, courageous and confident. It is with this vision of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that I begin this campaign." - Brenda Lenard, candidate for United States Senate. Known widely for her leadership and accomplishments in the private sector and academia, Brenda Lenard offers powerful insight on both the current and future challenges facing our great nation; and possesses a renewed vision of a Better. Brighter. Bolder. – America. Her career is marked by both success and tragedy. Lenard began her career in private banking and for over a decade enjoyed a successful tenure as Chief Executive Officer of an industry leading, mid-size construction firm. She later took a permanent leave of absence after the death of her infant son, Daniel; to found and serve as the Chair of National Strategy of Daniel's Dream for Children Awareness, Inc. An organization committed to heighten public awareness and prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Brenda Lenard has been deeply involved in community and civic affairs, serving in her church and numerous charities including serving on the SIDS Advisory Board of Middle Tennessee Sta

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    • Morrow High School
    • Beulah Heights University
    • University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    • Kennesaw State University