IVYPAC® Announces its Second Slate of 2020 Endorsements

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                   

Contact: IVYPAC

Phone: (646) 470-2635

Email:  [email protected]

IVYPAC® Announces its Second Slate of 2020 Endorsements

The political action committee adds one incumbent and one contender in this round of endorsements.

FW_RF.jpgNew York, NY, February 25, 2020 - IVYPAC®, a political action committee (PAC) formed to offer fundraising and grassroots support to sorority members of the PAC’s founders, announced its second slate of endorsements for 2020. This round of endorsements includes select candidates vying for the United States House of Representatives.

“The candidates that IVYPAC added to its list are women with a passion for improving the lives of our youth, among other matters,” said Ramona Prioleau, Chair and Co-Founder of IVYPAC.

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson is renowned for her advocacy on behalf of youngsters in the United States and abroad,” noted Prioleau.

“In the past year, Congresswoman Wilson introduced legislation to fund youth corp programs that provide education and work readiness training as well as additional legislation focussed on youngsters,” Prioleau added.

Rep. Wilson is seeking re-election in Florida’s 24th Congressional District.

“IVYPAC is also endorsing candidate Rhonda Foxx, the former Chief of Staff for Rep. Alma Adams,” said Prioleau.

“While on Capitol Hill, Foxx launched HBCU House, a platform that connects students to 21st century career opportunities,” continued Prioleau.

Ms. Foxx is seeking election in North Carolina’s 6th Congressional District.

IVYPAC will support the candidates in a number of ways, including activating the PAC’s vast grassroots network.

IVYPAC will announce additional candidates during the year.

House - Incumbent

  • Rep. Frederica Wilson, Florida 24

House - Candidate

  • Rhonda Foxx, North Carolina 6



If you would like more information, please call IVYPAC at (646) 470-2635 or email: [email protected]

IVYPAC is a nonpartisan grassroots political action committee formed to capitalize and publicize their sorority sisters who are running for federal office; prepare women to run for office and mobilize voters to support the candidates endorsed by IVYPAC.