Tami Fitzgerald

Faith, Family, and Freedom Advocate

Tami Fitzgerald is a licensed attorney and an active lobbyist focusing on business, religious liberty, and pro-family issues. She is currently the Executive Director of the North Carolina Values Coalition, a 501(c) (4) organization that is dedicated to preserving and advancing the interests of faith, family, and freedom in the political arena.

A Political Activist


As Chairwoman of the Executive Committee of Vote FOR Marriage NC, Ms. Fitzgerald led the campaign for the passage of the Marriage Amendment. She was also the Finance Director for the North Carolina Republican Party during the 2010 historical election cycle, which resulted in Republicans taking the majority in both the House and Senate for the first time since 1898.

Tami was recently elected to serve on the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. Throughout her seven years as a lobbyist, she has spoken across the state and written policy papers and articles concerning legal and social policy issues.

As an attorney, Ms. Fitzgerald is licensed in North Carolina, Arizona and Oklahoma and an allied attorney for the Alliance Defense Fund and remains a leader in legal initiatives. Most recently, she wrote an Amicus Brief in a case before the North Carolina Supreme Court, which struck down second-parent adoptions by same sex parents.


Ms. Fitzgerald and her husband Craig have been married for 33 years. Together they have a son and a daughter who is married. They attend church in Raleigh.


  • “I think it sends a message to the rest of the country that marriage is between one man and one woman. The whole point is simply that you don’t rewrite the nature of God’s design based on the demands of a group of adults.” 
    Tami Fitzgerald
  • “The journey to success is littered with auditions so act the part you want to play. The present is your stage. Rehearse your dream role over and over until it inhabits you. The time will come when roleplay turns to reality and you will be ready. “

    Ken Coleman