Amie Hoeber is scheduled to be on the air during the Dave Norman Show (on WCBC Radio – am 1270) at 8:55am on December 12, 2015. Interested in listening to that broadcast from your computer? Here is the link to the show on TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Dave-Norman-Show-p45614/
Want to learn more about Amie Hoeber (information from the campaign website):
Amie Hoeber is a national security expert, business leader and women’s advocate.
Appointed by President Reagan as the Deputy Under Secretary of the Army, Amie worked closely with the Administration and Congress to strengthen America’s defense. She oversaw the Army’s research and development programs and managed the environmental cleanup of decommissioned bases. Amie also led the Pentagon’s efforts to protect our troops from chemical and biological weapons. One of Amie’s proudest achievements is her role in ensuring that our soldiers are now better prepared for unconventional attacks.
After leaving Government service, Amie founded AMH Consulting in 1992 to advise the Federal government and private industry on defense, technology, and environmental cleanup programs. She has built AMH Consulting into a thriving business and a well-respected advisor to its clients. Amie’s small business experience also includes serving on the Board of Directors of Versar Inc., EAI and Peter Hinz Consulting, LLC.
Throughout her career, Amie has been an advocate for the advancement of women in business, politics, and the military. She serves on the Board of the House of Ruth Maryland, an organization that supports women and children impacted by domestic violence. As one of the highest-ranking women in the Pentagon in the 1980s, Amie was instrumental in advancing opportunities for women in the military. A co-founder and past chair of the National Women’s Political Caucus chapters in both Northern Virginia and in Los Angeles, CA, Amie is also on the Advisory Board of Women in International Security and a member of the International Women’s Forum.
Amie is a graduate of Stanford University, and she resides in Potomac, Maryland with Mark Epstein, a senior executive of Qualcomm. They are members of the B’nai Tzedek synagogue. She has one son, two stepsons, and four grandchildren.