Novato Republican Women Presents

Feeling Lost? It's Time for a Turning Point.

David Llamas
Bay Area College Field Representative
Turning Point USA

Tuesday, March 14, 2023

 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Marin Country Club, 500 Country Club Dr., Novato

$35 | $30 members



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By phone:  415-878-6220 

If you cannot attend, please make your cancellation by noon Sunday, March 12

Our Speaker:   

      In these dangerous, divided times, haven’t we all lost friends over philosophical differences and felt alone in a sea of offensive ideas? Teenagers greatly fear loss of friends and their insecurities are compounded by the cultural onslaught they face.David Llamas

There is an answer for our children and grandchildren. Friends, knowledge and new meaning await them at Turning Point USA.

      Our March speaker, David Llamas, is the new TPUSA College Field Representative for the Bay Area. In high school David first realized that his Christian upbringing informed his newly discovered political views. As he searched out a variety of information, his conservatism became stronger. David found TPUSA while attending West Valley College in San Jose and was given an opportunity to attend AmericaFest. In his words, “If you get someone to a conference, they will be sold and want to get involved to do more.” When he transferred to San Jose State, he started another TPUSA chapter. Before finishing his degree, an opportunity appeared that he could not resist. He applied and landed his current position as Bay Area College Field Representative.

      David is passionate about TPUSA and its ability to pull a plethora of different types of students into the cause. However, with his 200,000+ followers on social media and tens of millions of views of his conservative videos, he will surely have a huge impact. Having made countless close friends, David knows that the key to make the youth vocal is to give them that “home” where they are free to express themselves and make more and “better” friends. Come hear about his journey, what TPUSA has to offer our students and how we can help him engage ever more young people in search of their voice.