Board of Directors
Robert C. Barker, III, Chairman
Executive, Business Consultant, and General Counsel with extensive experience in complex legal issues involving international business, corporate finance, start-up ventures and securities laws, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance. Robert is a results-oriented with strong M&A background and experience in general corporate matters, executive compensation, structuring financing transactions and allocations of income streams. He has represented securities firms, technology, pharmaceutical and healthcare, finance, consumer product, and manufacturing clients over more than 16 years as an outside counsel and over 14 years as an in-house counsel, culminating in executive level experience. Robert has a focus on corporate governance issues, securities issues (40 Act as well as 33 and 34 Act), and compliance for both public and private companies. Robert comes to Faith & Freedom Coalition of Georgia with a broad background cross-border deals from and to Europe, Japan, India, and Africa.
Jason specializes in public policy, business development, economic development, healthcare policy, information technology and telecommunications policy, strategic planning, sales/marketing/communications, local/state/federal government relations, local/state/federal political strategy, fundraising, relationship management and development. He currently serves on the Paulding County Commission (GA).
Dave Baker is an attorney and former elected official with years of experience in law, policy and politics in Georgia.
A former Commissioner and Chairman of the Georgia Public Service Commission, Dave was one of the first Republicans elected statewide in Georgia. Later, he led state and federal government affairs for Internet provider EarthLink. In this role, he testified before Congress and represented the company before federal agencies and courts, including the United States Supreme Court. In a similar role at GE, he managed energy and environmental compliance for two consumer businesses.
Dave has served on several state and federal committees and boards. He currently an advisor to the Atlanta Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society and is an allied attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom. He has two teenage children and is a member of Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta.
Virginia Galloway – Regional Field Director
Virginia Galloway became Regional Field Director of Faith and Freedom Coalition in 2014, after a seven year stint at Americans for Prosperity Foundation, where she served as State Director for Georgia. She has spoken at hundreds of meetings across Georgia on issues from economic freedom to school choice and receives regular opportunities to share her expertise on panels for other state and national events. As a lobbyist in Georgia, Virginia helped promote passage of the Charter School constitutional amendment and Zero Based Budgeting, and led dozens of citizen action days at the Capitol. She has had numerous op-eds published, radio interviews, and local and national television appearances, including the Bret Baier Show. She previously served in several campaigns and party offices. Currently, she belongs to Church at the Ridge, Rotary Club of Dallas GA, and the GA Department of Driver Services Board. She is married to Darrell Galloway and they have four grown children and two grandchildren.
Kimberly Hoechstetter — Member
Kay is CEO of Brightwell Aquatics, an international innovator of products for aquarium chemistry, public aquariums and pond maintenance. She is a recipient of the President of the United States Lifetime Achievement Award for her lifelong commitment to a stronger nation through volunteer service. Kay is a chaplain with CICA International Chaplaincy Association. She is a past chairwoman of Rescue the Child, a supporter of the Alabaster Project providing food and medical in Ghana, Water for Kenya, and has an orphanage in India. She mentors women and is active in the Roswell Woman’s Club.
Shawn Still — Member
Lynn Westmoreland — Member
Lynn Westmoreland served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1993 to 2005, rising to the position of House Republican Leader in 2001. He held that position until 2003 when he stepped down in order to devote time to his Congressional campaign in late 2003. He continued to serve in the Georgia House until his election to the US House in 2005.
As Republican Leader in the Georgia House, he led the fight against intense partisan gerrymandering during the redistricting process controlled by the Democratic majority in 2001, and was instrumental in the mid-decade redistricting that took place in 2005, after Republicans won control of the Georgia legislature in the 2004 elections.
He resides in Grantville, Georgia with his wife, Joan; they have three children and seven grandchildren.