NEVADA – Deborah Earl of Las Vegas has been named Nevada Mother of the Year® for 2023. She is the 65th woman in Nevada history to be honored in this manner.
Earl began parent advocacy work in 2014 in reaction to activist activities at school to undermine parental rights and indoctrinate children in radical beliefs.
This inspired her to co-found Power2Parent, a non-profit organization that protects parents’ rights and provides legal and policy help. Earl, along with recipients from across the country, will be honored this April in Omaha, Nebraska, at the 88th National Convention of American Mothers, Inc.
American Mothers, Inc. has had the distinction of searching for and selecting the Mother of the Year® in every state, district, and territory in the United States since 1935.
AmericanMothers.org has a complete list of Mother of the Year® awardees. Nominations for Mother of the Year® are accepted on Mother’s Day, September 15, each year.
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