Meet Our Dedicated Team Members

Executive Committee

Judy Frazier

President, We The Kids, Inc.

Pete Agostino


Steve Gronka


Susan Loch


Brooke Mitman


Lydia W. Nuttall


Peter Robyn

(South Carolina)

Robert J. Walters


Advisory Board

John Eidsmoe


Kevin Fobbs


Charles Kacprowicz

(North Carolina)

Steve Lowry


Brad Rogers, Retd


Education Team Leaders

William Federer

Founder,American Minute

John Eidsmoe


Stan Ellsworth

History and The Highway

Peter Robyn

(South Carolina)


Author Lydia Nuttall, “Forgotten American Stories!”

William Federer, “American Minute.” site contains thousands of individual pages covering all aspects of U.S. History.

Author David Bowman “What Would The Founding Fathers Think?”

Stan Ellsworth, “History and the Highway.”

Frank Wennin, “Chess Outside the Box!”

Mr. Wennin has totally dedicated himself to seeing our youth prosper by creating a series of programs that work together to unleash the next generation of young entrepreneurial innovators. He is the creator of Chess Outside the Box. When we combine the lessons of chess with mentoring, our problem-solving capabilities expand exponentially.

Living Historians

Ulysses S. Grant

Dr. E. C. (Curt) Fields, Jr.
Memphis, TN
(901) 496-6065

Abraham Lincoln

Dennis Boggs
(615) 874-8028

‘We The Kids’ Members

Susan Price, Gold Star Mother
Patriot, Investigative Researcher,
National Voice, Veteran Advocate, Advocate for Justice.

Susan is a National Gold Star Mother and resides in the Tampa Bay Florida area. An Army Veteran and the daughter of a Marine. She is also the Mother of a Fallen Marine Hero, Gunnery Sergeant Aaron M Kenefick, USMC, KIA 8 September 2009, Kunar Province Afghanistan. Aaron will forever be tied to the two living Medal of Honor recipients Marine Sgt Dakota Meyer and Army Captain Will Swenson for their roles played out during the Ganjgal Ambush one of the largest tragic loses during the Afghanistan war.

Susan is a Veterans advocate and a National voice. She has appeared on 60 Minutes, and other national media, in television, newspaper, and radio. Having worked with various Congressmen concerning our Military and Veterans, she has been sought out by many as the “the Gold Star Mother with a voice” – a “go to person”. She has networked with various groups around the country speaking and putting forums together. Included yet not limited to American Patriots and other high profile Gold Star Family Retreats with others who have suffered losses in the highest regard due to this current administrations politics.

Susan has dedicated herself in the name of her son to protect Americas legacy and serves on the Board for the VETERANS ARE FOUNDATION which is a new organization which will be providing jobs and homes to Veterans transitioning from Military to Civilian Lifestyle.

Susan is the Mother of two Daughters and the Grandmother of seven grandchildren, which has become another driving force for her roll in preserving Americas legacy and a future for generations to come.


Gunnery Sgt, Aaron Michael Kenefick

Gunnery Sgt. Aaron Kenefick, 30, a native of Williamsville, New York. A quarterback for the high school football team, he also excelled at basketball and baseball. Aaron cared deeply for everyone he knew. The long, snowy Buffalo New York area winters meant frequent trips to his neighbors to make sure they were OK and they had everything they needed. In 10th grade, he moved to the Atlanta Georgia area with his mother and joined the Marine Corps after graduating from Roswell High School in 1998. In his twelve year career, he was twice named Marine of the Year. In 2001 he was stationed in Germany and for a few years served on humanitarian missions in Africa. He retunred to America and attended Army Airborne School at Fort Benning, Georgia, where he graduated as a Distinquished Honor Graduate. Assigned then to Central Command in Tampa, Florida, he went several times to Iraq. Offered a desk job, Aaron would have nothing to do with it, he wanted to be out, teaching and supporting his men. His deep caring for his fellow soldiers earned him a Purple Heart a few days before his death. He took shrapnel during a fire-fight, and quickly asked the medics to get it out, he needed to be with his men. A quick sew job and he was back out. This was the kind of man he was, a leader, not a follower. Aaron was killed along with three other Marines in an ambush in Afghanistan on September 8, 2009 in the Kunar Province. Aaron was laid to rest next to his maternal grandfather, Stuart A. Price, in Acacia Park and Resthaven Memorial Gardens in North Tonawanda, New York. Aaron was promoted from Staff Sergeant to Gunnery Sergeant after his death. Bio by: Sue

Aaron was assigned to 3rd Combat Assault Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force, Okinawa, Japan.

Aaron was the loving father of Landon H. McDaniel; beloved son of Susan L. Price and Donald J. Kenefick; dearest brother of Jacquelyn B. (Christian K. ) Tiftickjian and Jade L. (Kevin R.) Myszka; loved uncle of Natalie J. Myszka and Ava E. Tiftickjian; grandson of Carol A. (late Stuart A.) Price and Caroline A. (late Richard J.) Shannon; his beloved Kerry R. Crosby; also survived by aunts, uncles, and many friends.

WTK Teen Board Member

WE THE KIDS Teen Board member – Ben Zheng, age 18. Event Photographer for We The Kids and also a student of Business at Indiana University South Bend. Likes producing music and tinkering with computers in his spare time. Becoming a club/radio DJ is one of his personal goals.

Honorary Public Relations

Michael – J.B. Shaffer OH, Grandfather’s mother’s family – (Descendant of Alexander Hamilton) Grandfather (Ralph Hamilton) Sanders. Ralph’s mother was Thema Hamilton

WTK Writers

Author David Bowman, AZ

History, politics, government—they’re not just for grown-ups anymore. Today’s teens are about to be handed a collapsing nation and it’ll be their job to fix it. Enter David Bowman. With wit, humor, and the occasional serious note, he skillfully illustrates America’s biggest problems and presents an interactive guide to understanding them that’s so much fun adults will want to read it too!

Author Marc Alan Urbach, FL
Holds a B.S. in Communications from the University of Florida

Marc Alan Urbach was a Republican candidate for Governor of Georgia. Urbach dropped out of the race on May 1, 2018, but still appeard on the primary ballot.

Shortly after earning his bachelor’s degree, Urbach went into photojournalism, working in New York and Los Angeles before moving to Austin, Texas, and beginning a youth sports photography business. In 1999, Urbach sold the business, moving to Atlanta the next year to pursue a career in teaching. Urbach joined the Gwinnett County schools as a history teacher, working there between 2001 and 2012. Between leaving his teaching job and beginning his campaign for governor, Urbach continued his research into American history and Constitutional law. In that time, Urbach has published two books: Believe: Do We Need a Third Great Awakening? and Heal Our Nation, Save Our World.