Lisa Boothe is a Fox News Contributor and a Senior Fellow for the Independent Women's Voice. She has extensive political communications experience on Capitol Hill and campaigns nationwide.
Previously, Lisa was the President of High Noon Strategies, a boutique communications firm. Prior to starting High Noon, she served as the Vice President of Political Polling and Public Affairs Research for WPA Research where she helped lead the polling efforts for political campaigns across the country.
Before joining WPA Research, Lisa was a Senior Director for the Black Rock Group. In that position, she spearheaded the communications efforts for a Fortune 500 company, Super PACs, and was part of the winning consulting team for the Dan Sullivan for U.S. Senate race during the 2014 election.
During the 2012 election cycle, Lisa served as the spokeswoman for the Sandy Adams for Congress and Tommy Thompson for Senate campaigns. In 2010 she worked as an Assistant Press Secretary for the National Republican Congressional Committee. In addition to her campaign work, Lisa has served as spokeswoman for several congressional offices, including Reps. Sandy Adams (R-FL), Mark Meadows (R-NC), and Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV).
She holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Beverly Gossage is a former educator and District Manager for Sylvan Learning Centers who became a health insurance agent to reduce premiums for her parents’ small business in Lawrence, KS. Their plumbing company became the first full replacement group MSA/HSA. In her 14 years as a health insurance agent licensed in nearly half the states, she has exclusively written Consumer Driven Health Plans for her clients. She is a respected expert on health care related issues and a sought-after speaker for such groups as State Policy Network, ALEC, NCSL, Chambers of Commerce, NAHU, and NFIB.
Beverly was invited by President Bush to the White House in 2006 for a round table on HSAs and most recently to meet with the Trump White House health care staff. She has conducted Capitol Hill briefings in DC, testified on free market health care policy in several states, and assisted in crafting policy, including HB818 in Missouri and HB2107 in KS. She was a research fellow for Show Me Institute and serves on the advisory board for Doctors and Patients Medical Association (DPMA) and as a Senior Fellow for Independent Women’s Voice. As an active member of the National Association of Health Underwriters, she has been President and Legislative Chair of the Greater Kansas City chapter and Professional Development chair for six states. Governor Sam Brownback appointed her to the State Board of Indigents Defense Services in 2016, and she has served on multiple commissions on health care. Beverly has been interviewed on local and national news stations and written op-eds for several publications, including The Hill, Forbes, and USA Today.
Beverly was a candidate for Kansas Insurance Commissioner in 2014.