Michael is an experienced communications executive and veteran journalist with more than 2 decades of leadership in the broadcast, political, business communications arenas. His management experience includes, founder and President/Sundown Productions, Managing Editor, Executive producer in major market TV Newsrooms and Senior Vice President of Communications for a major Washington, DC trade association.
Michael has been a TV News Anchor in many major markets ranging from Dallas to Washington, DC. In addition, Michael has produced, hosted, and syndicated two national radio programs. “Freedom Line with Michael Hambrick” was heard in 65 markets across the country and was acclaimed by Radio America as, “an exceptional newsmagazine program and an important new voice in the defense of the rights of individuals.”
In addition to Freedom Line, Michael produced, hosted, and syndicated in 72 markets, “America’s Business with Michael Hambrick.” John Engler, former Republican governor of Michigan, President of the National Association of Manufacturers, said of America’s Business, “Too often, the mainstream media give superficial coverage of important business matters or present them in biased context. Mike puts a spotlight on the really crucial challenges facing our economy while giving equal time to opposing points of view.”
Michael has devised marketing programs to strategically position organizations and developed innovative social media strategies. Michael has advised Members of Congress, executives and boards on sensitive and strategic operational and communication matters.
Wanda began her professional career as a legal assistant in a major law firm in Dallas, Texas. It wasn’t long before her entrepreneurial spirit took hold and remains with her to this day. She co-founded and was General Manager of the families successful building construction company with offices in Texas and Tennessee. In conjunction with those businesses she became a successful real estate broker establishing her own firm that specialized in residential and commercial development and sales.
In 2010 Wanda’s legal experience was brought to bear as a Landman, Independent Contractor, working in the oil/gas/utility industry performing mineral title search determination, lease and acquisitions, and Right of Way contracts for utility and pipeline installations in Tennessee, Kentucky, Colorado, New Mexico, Iowa and Pennsylvania.
Her volunteer efforts includes work at Lighthouse Christian Camp for children and Feed America first.
David W. Kralik is an early stage CFO to entrepreneurs and startup businesses. His work has spanned multiple industries including green construction, e-commerce, big data, retail, consumer and mobile Internet.
In addition to his duties as a Board Member of Save America’s Freedom Foundation, Kralik is also a professor of entrepreneurship at The Catholic University of America. He has been a published author since 2001, having collaborated on three books on entrepreneurship.
Prior to his career in Finance, Kralik spent ten years working in grassroots politics on digital marketing initiatives. His work as head of strategy for Newt Gingrich was recognized in profile stories in IBD and The Washington Post.
Tony Sims is the Business Development/Property Manager for Kimball Property Management. He has over 25 years of experience in Real Estate/Property Management. Tony is primarily responsible for acquiring new properties and working with all owner’s questions and concerns. In addition, he assists team members with questions concerning legal affairs affecting the property management field.
Tony worked as Vice President of Sales for a large Funeral Home/Cemetery firm specializing in consumer products. Tony has also been involved in the Steel Manufacturing field as Superintendent of Human Resources and Governmental Affairs and as a Political Lobbyist for the Cast Metals Federation.
He has also served as an elected official in the past.
Tony received his BBA from Texas Wesleyan University, with a Major in Business Communications and a double Minor in Economics and Psychology. He also attended Texas Christian University working on his Masters in Human Resources.
Tony is active in local political programs and serves as Prescient Chair for his neighborhood and is on the Executive Committee for Tarrant County.
Tony is active in the local Greater Fort Worth Association of Realtors and has served on numerous committees and two terms as a Director. He also serves the Texas Association of Realtors as a Regional Vice President, a position he has held for the past 4 years. He is the Region 3 representative for the TAR Political Involvement Council and has served as Chairman of the Property Management Committee.
He is active in the National Association of Residential Property Managers and is designated as a Residential Management Professional and a Master Property Manager, the two highest designations offered by NARPM. He is currently on the Governmental Affairs Committee and is a trustee for the NARPM PAC,
Locally, Tony is a past president of the Fort Worth/Mid-Cities Chapter of NARPM and is a member of the Dallas Chapter. Tony works with the Ronald McDonald House program and is active in a number of civic and charitable causes in Fort Worth.
In his off time, he enjoys golf and going to his farm on the Brazos River to relax and commune with nature. He and his wife, Amy, have four sons that live in Japan, Colorado, California and Austin.
Ben’s diversified background includes advertising design, marketing, art direction and film production.
The combination of these skills provides Robinson Creative with a savvy understanding of marketing and image. After graduating with honors from the Art Institute of Dallas, he became Creative Director and Fashion Illustrator for a large department store at the age of twenty, where he was responsible for television, newspaper and display advertising. He returned to Dallas as head art director for the famed tabletop company, Fitz and Floyd – working on national advertising, wholesale catalogs and illustration. Ben transitioned into the agency world as Creative Director for two North Texas design firms and ultimately, Madden Marketing and Design Group, where he developed the design, signage and advertising division for the company. The business specialized in multifamily and real estate markets. Ben soon began an award-winning career in residential real estate, working with some of the largest management and development firms in the industry. His design influence in print advertising and signature identity began to revolutionize the apartment and condominium markets.
From this multi-faceted background, he developed a strong ability to combine success oriented design and marketing with a personal approach to client relations. In fact, at the urging of his clients, he opened Robinson Creative Inc. in June 1998. Ben has created key advertising and design for J.C. Penney, Crisa Corporation, Brink’s Home Security, HBO, Palm Beach Tan, Chicago Title Flood Services, Inc., Tripledge Wipers, Lane Companies, Western Rim, Greystar, Gables Residential and other celebrated accounts. During this time, Ben has accumulated numerous awards and honors such as the Design of Excellence Awards sponsored by Signs of the Times Magazine, The Pillars of the Industry Awards, the McSam Awards, the Addy Awards and others. His love for film and broadcast has also been a major part of his professional career. Ben has been a producer of several feature films, and worked in many facets of entertainment. His knowledge of the industry has provided him with respected expertise in both advertising/marketing and film/broadcast arenas.