Philip Blumel – President
A volunteer and contributor, Philip has worked with USTL since the early 1990s when, as a college student, he collected signatures to put term limits measures on ballots across the country. As campaign manager, Phil successfully led the 2002 effort to limit the terms of Palm Beach County Commissioners to eight years in office. That campaign collected more than 60,000 signatures to put the issue on the ballot. Voters approved the initiative with 70% of the vote.
Blumel earned his masters in economics from the University of Florida. He lives in South Florida with his wife, Julie, and two kids, Johnny and Georgia. He is a certified financial planner with Raymond James working out of their downtown West Palm Beach office. Contact Philip at email@example.com.
Nick Tomboulides – Executive Director
Nick Tomboulides serves as Executive Director of U.S. Term Limits. Under his leadership, USTL launched the Term Limits Convention, a campaign to obtain a congressional term limits amendment via the state-directed convention. Nick also serves as a policy adviser with a national think tank and is on the board of directors for a local political caucus in Florida.
Nick is a graduate of the University of Connecticut with a degree in economics. He resides Florida with his family. Contact Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ashley Bennett - Executive Assistant
Ashley formerly worked in the realm of higher education, supporting students in leadership roles such as Student Government Association and fraternity and sorority life. With a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Eastern Connecticut State University, and experience with state legislatures, she has decided to shift gears in her career to serve as Executive Assistant to Nick Tomboulides.
In her spare time, Ashley volunteers her time to support candidates running for local office in her county. She resides in Florida with her family. Contact Ashley at: email@example.com.
Scott Tillman - National Field Director
For more than a decade, Scott has worked outside the system to bring real reform to local and state government. With thirteen years of grassroots experience, Scott has a proven record of accomplishment identifying and training local leaders and supporting them to effect real change in government policy. Specializing in petition drives, Scott has successfully led and advised local and statewide activist organizations through the initiative and referendum process.
Scott has served as National Field Director for the Liberty Initiative Fund, a Regional Manager with the Illinois Policy Institute, and an Alliance Manager with the Sam Adams Alliance. Scott has directed petition and earned media campaigns in more than a dozen states. Scott resides in Michigan with his wife, Katie. Contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeff Tillman - Deputy Field Director
Jeff Tillman has spent most of his career in the logistics field. He owned and managed a fleet of household movers specializing in servicing Lutheran congregations. More recently, Jeff has assisted with ballot initiative campaigns in several states. He serves as U.S. Term Limits' Deputy Field Director helping to manage ground team operations and securing U.S. Term Limit pledge signatures from candidates and representatives.
Jeff resides in west Michigan with Anne, his wife of 40 years. Contact Jeff at email@example.com@termlimits.com.
Stacey Selleck - Digital Director
Stacey Selleck serves as Digital Director for USTL managing outreach and advocacy via social media and direct digital communications. A graduate of Rutgers University, and currently pursing a Master of Science degree in Marketing at the University of South Florida, Selleck started her career in marketing and communications at KPMG in Manhattan. As a corporate trainer, she taught business applications, graphic design, and web development at Rutgers and USF. Stacey spent several years as a national hospice software implementation specialist and co-wrote an electronic medical records clinical application.
As a consultant for various organizations, she served as a state Legislative Review Chair and a communications specialist for a grassroots firm that successfully worked to pass the Term Limits Article V memorial in Florida. Selleck also served as New Mexico State Director for the 2016 Gary Johnson Presidential campaign. She resides in Florida with her family. Contact Stacey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donna Velasco - Deputy Digital Director
Donna Velasco serves as Deputy Digital Director for U.S. Term Limits. A graduate of Ramapo College with a degree in Business Administration and Management, Donna worked in marketing and communications at KPMG headquarters in Montvale, New Jersey for more than 10 years. There she coordinated many projects in print production and helped design advertising pieces for their branch offices nationwide.
Among her other responsibilities while there, she managed purchasing of corporate training and marketing print materials. Donna resides in northern New Jersey with her family. Contact Donna at email@example.com.
Dakota Andrze - Digital Specialist
Dakota is a recent graduate who has been helping U.S. Term Limits for a couple of years now. He specializes in digital advocacy, social media, salesforce database administration, video production, graphic design, research assignments and is a skilled web developer. He lives in the Tampa Florida area with his family. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mina Irani - Digital Specialist
Mina's undergraduate degree and experience are in architectural engineering. She is currently pursuing her Master of Business Administration at the University of South Florida. She serves as digital specialist for U.S. Term Limits managing data research projects.
Mina resides in Tampa, Florida with her family. Contact Mina at email@example.com.
Ken Quinn - Northern Regional Director
Ken Quinn became involved in grassroots activism in 2010 when he worked for a congressional and gubernatorial campaign in the state of Maine. He became very active in Maine politics where he was elected to a number of positions at the county level. Quinn joined the Article V effort in 2013, working with grassroots activists and legislators in the northeast advocating for the states to exercise their constitutional authority under Article V.
Ken lives with his family in Maine enjoying life in the Lakes Region. Contact Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ken's region includes Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin.
Ken Clark - Southeast Regional Director
Ken Clark has been active in politics for more than 29 years, starting as a volunteer for Reagan’s re-election campaign in college. He has worked on numerous gubernatorial, senate, congressional, and presidential campaigns as well as ballot initiatives, and legislative lobbying. Ken has spent the last ten years motivating, recruiting and training volunteers in grassroots activism.
A former radio talk show host for more than five years on Grass Roots Radio Colorado, 560 KLZ, Clark worked as Colorado Field Director with FreedomWorks, Vice-Chair of a Denver County political party, Chair of First Committee of Correspondence Colorado (an Article V group founded by Professor Rob Natleson), and Co-chair of the Article V Project. Clark is a graduate of the Leadership Program of the Rockies and earned a Finance Degree from the University of Wyoming. He resides with his family in South Carolina. Contact Ken at email@example.com.
Aaron Dukette - Central Regional Director
Aaron Dukette has taken on various roles in the Article V movement since 2016. A New England native, he spent 13 years in Colorado along the Front Range before settling in London, Kentucky for a quieter life and to be closer to family.
Formerly an educator and administrator in the charter school movement, Aaron also taught courses in logic and ethics for an online university. He formerly served in various school administration roles while teaching and most recently taught and served as a Dean at a top charter school in Colorado Springs. Aaron enjoys hunting, reading, studying scripture, serving at his home parish as a catechist, and spending time with his fiancé. Contact Aaron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aaron's region includes Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, Indiana, Ohio, Arkansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Illinois.
Ron Hooper - Western Regional Director
Ron has extensive experience building venture backed technology companies and serving on Boards of Directors and as the co-founder of both domestic and international companies. In 2015, Ron retired as a member of Cisco Systems’ Business Transformation Architecture Group and moved his family to Carefree, Arizona. After watching the dysfunction in Congress, he knew he needed to do something to disrupt career politicians and joined the staff at US Term Limits.
He has been responsible for creating the business plan, go to market strategy and investor funding of several technology companies including Biztel/Dialnet, Avirnex Communications Group and Litescape Technologies.
Ron Hooper is a graduate of Baptist University, an active speaker and panelist for various technology events including VoiceCon (Enterprise Connect), Cisco Partner Summit, Network Interop, IPComm and others. He is active with children’s causes including alumni vice-chairman and director of Marin Advocates for Children - Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC).
Ron resides in Arizona will his family. Contact Ron at email@example.com.
Rand E. Tanner - Leadership Development Director, Western Region
Rand is a 31-year Navy veteran who climbed the ranks from enlisted to Commander, Commanding Officer, and has truly traveled the world. Upon retirement, he successfully worked as a Retirement Planning Specialist for Morgan Stanley in Reno, NV prior to retiring in Orange County, California.
As a planner, organizer and mentor, Rand works with the California Term Limits Leaders as well as other State Directors in the Western Region to replicate ideas that work and avoid pitfalls that inhibit progress. His favorite quote is from Tim Tebow (Athlete/Motivational Speaker), "You know what happens when you do nothing? Nothing!"
Married to Cindy Bale Tanner, he is an avid tennis player, an “adequate” golfer, an active member of his church, a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Rand believes in serving for the greater good. Contact Rand at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shanna Chamblee - Legislative Director
Shanna Chamblee serves as Legislative Director for U.S. Term Limits. She began her political endeavors as an activist in Alabama. Shanna has been the Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs for an Alabama political organization since 2014.
As a member of her county political Executive Committee, Shanna serves on the Outreach and Event Planning sub-Committee. In 2014, she became known as the Defender of Private Property Rights for her leadership role in a local petition initiative. Shanna has served as both a volunteer and as a paid staffer on many political campaigns, and serves as elected President of her local Community Center.
Shanna’s mission in life is to leave a Legacy of Liberty for her 11 children that she and her husband raise and home-educate at their homestead farm in beautiful rural Alabama. Contact Shanna at: email@example.com.
Les Chamblee - Field Team Specialist
Les is an Alabama native who spent his formative years being raised in Louisiana. He has a background in sales, ran a successful family business, and worked as a real estate agent. Les and his wife, Shanna (USTL's Legislative Director), raise and home-educate their eleven children at their homestead farm in Alabama and on the road as they travel for the important mission of restoring a citizen legislature. Contact Les at Les@termlimits.com.
Marlene Vincent - Grassroots Specialist
Marlene is a lifelong resident of Michigan, where she resides with her family. She is passionate about volunteering and giving back to her community. She volunteers with a variety of organizations and fosters teen children in need of a family.
In her spare time you can find her exploring nature or at the dog park with her hounds. Contact Marline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daniel Lage - Grassroots Specialist
Daniel is a recent Political Science graduate from the University of North Florida. While in college he served as the Vice President of his fraternity, was elected as a senator on Student Government, and worked as the campaign manager for a mayoral campaign in Atlantic Beach, FL. He first gained an interest in term limits after choosing it as his debate topic for one of his class’s final projects, and is excited to put his knowledge to use in a real life application. In his freetime Daniel enjoys hiking, traveling, and packrafting.
Contact Daniel at: email@example.com.
Chris Keener - Oklahoma State Director
Chris Keener is a retired Army Staff Sergeant who has more than 20 years’ experience in the logistical field. He has two deployments to Afghanistan under his belt having established logistics expertise in everything from transportation to purchasing.
Chris will be directing the grassroots leadership teams who will engage volunteers and work to create opportunities for candidates and legislators to sign the Article V term limits convention pledge as a key part of the overall strategy.
Contact Chris at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bridget Dandaraw-Seritt - Colorado State Director
Bridget Dandaraw-Seritt is co-founder of Canna-Patient Resource Connection (CPRC), a bipartisan education and outreach organization that designs science-based cannabis education for beginners and advocates, creates marketing content for advocates, all while working to improve community support for moderate to severe patients.
Ms. Dandaraw-Seritt is an author who contributes to several publications including Yahoo, Life, Cannabis Culture, and The Mighty. She has advised on patient advocacy policy since 2014, working with regulatory agencies to understand policy impacts on patients. Additionally, she works as a non-partisan political consultant, has served on several local and state workgroups and presents at multiple industry events and conferences. Contact Bridget at email@example.com.
Jim Olson - Georgia State Director
Jim Olson has been involved with Article V grassroots at local levels for decades. Now semi-retired, he devotes more efforts to the vital mission of USTL. A U.S. Navy veteran, Jim later worked over a decade in electronics manufacturing, test, repair, and customer support. Over the last two decades, he worked as a telecommunications technician.
Jim resides in northeast Georgia in the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains near the Appalachian Trail. Contact Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carri Campbell - Idaho State Director
Carri is a financial consultant advising on securities and investments with The Adviser Group, LLC. She earned a Bachelor's degree in marketing from the University of Idaho.
As state director, Campbell is responsible for introducing the U.S. Term Limits resolution in the Idaho State legislature. She will work with sponsors to identify term limits champions in both chambers. As a key component of the overall strategy, Campbell is tasked with directing the grassroots leadership teams and will work to create opportunities for candidates and legislators to sign the term limits convention pledge.
Contact Carri at email@example.com.
Ian Phillips - Utah State Director
Ian is a former officer in the Air Force where he flew F-16s and F-117s, accumulating more than 900 combat hours in Iraq, Afghanistan, Serbia and Korea. Ian’s commitment to term limits solidified while assigned to the Pentagon, where he worked regularly with congressional delegations on the budget. He was also a Presidential Advance Agent, working with White House staff, press corps and campaign staff to facilitate political events domestically and internationally.
Phillips earned a degree in economics from the U.S. Air Force Academy. Now retired from the military, he is currently an adjunct professor at Weber State University as well as an airline pilot. Ian resides in Utah where he devotes his free time to his two sons and civic activism. Contact Ian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kenneth Decter - Podcast Producer - "No Uncertain Terms"
Ken has a 20-year history as a producer in music and television and is the former producer of the "Proving Ground" podcast as mentioned in TIME and Rolling Stone magazine. Well-versed in all aspects of audio & video production, Ken also created both the USTL logo and the current logo for our "No Uncertain Terms" podcast, which he produces and edits in coordination with USTL President Philip Blumel.
Contact Ken at email@example.com.