Ginger’s Co-Host, Nancy Schulze, is a Washington, D.C. based speaker and singer.
Her career path has taken her from New York City and show business, to the ownership of a real estate company in Montana, to a life in politics in Washington, D.C. In 2008, Nancy founded the Congressional Wives Speakers, and in 2012 she co-founded the American Prayer Initiative with Vonette Bright (Co-founder of Campus Crusade for Christ with her late husband, Dr. Bill Bright) and others. http://www.AmericanPrayerInitiative.org.
Speaking has included the National Republican Women’s Summit in Washington, D.C., speaking for the constituencies of Members of the U.S. Congress, the Women Impacting the Nation Conference, the Inaugural Prayer Breakfast for the Governor of New York, a 16 city speaking tour for the Faith and Works Coalition, the Global Pastors Wives Conference, the Christian Women in Media Association and others.
Nancy was the Director of Celebrities for the Dole/Kemp for President Campaign with a production rate that had the top brass at the campaign referring to her as “the 800 pound gorilla”. She served on the National Steering Committee for the 2008 Presidential campaign, and has spoken on behalf of candidates for the House, the Senate and the Presidency.
Singing has taken Nancy to over a dozen countries, including Ambassadors residences in Germany, Turkey, and several in W.D.C. She played principal roles in musical theatre throughout the U.S. and on USO Tours, including “Molly” in “The Unsinkable Molly Brown”. Her one woman show of World War II and Patriotic music in Statuary Hall brought standing ovations in the U.S. Capitol. She has sung for events honoring First Ladies of the United States, and at the Inaugural Prayer Service for the U.S. Congress. She has spoken or sung for events at the National Prayer Breakfast & Governors Prayer Breakfasts on multiple occasions. She also sings and/or speaks for conventions, conferences and other events.
Nancy’s first husband, Montana’s Secretary of State Jim Waltermire, was close to becoming elected Governor when he and his pilot lost their lives in a plane crash. Nancy was on Jim’s Kitchen Cabinet, was his primary surrogate speaker, Director of Volunteers for the campaign and publisher of the Campaign Newsletter.
She later married 9-term Congressman Dick Schulze from Pennsylvania, member of the Ways and Means Committee, twice Chair of the Republican Study Committee, one of “ TheReagan 13”, and founder of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus and Foundation.
Nancy is a graduate of Chuck Colson’s “Centurions”, an intensive master’s level course in the study of worldview.
She is on the Board of the Republican Women’s Federal Forum in W.D.C., a member of the Council for National Policy, the Republican Congressional Spouses and the Congressional Club.