]Sandra S. (“Sandy”) Froman is an attorney in Tucson, Arizona whose practice includes business, contract and employment litigation, as well as mediation and arbitration.Froman received her undergraduate degree in economics with honors from Stanford University and her juris doctor degree from Harvard Law School. A member of the National Rifle Association Board of Directors since 1992, Froman served for seven years as a vice president and two years as president after which she was unanimously elected to the NRA Executive Council for life. Froman is only the second woman elected as president since the NRA was founded in 1871. She has represented the NRA internationally at the United Nations, the International Trade Fair for Hunting and Sporting Arms (IWA), the World Forum on the Future of the Shooting Sports (WFFSA), and the Swiss Federal Shooting Festival. A longtime member of the Federalist Society, an organization of conservative and libertarian attorneys who value individual rights and the rule of law, Froman speaks to college and law school students about the Constitution and Bill of Rights, so that future lawyers and judges understand that the state exists to preserve freedom. Froman produced America’s first law school Second Amendment Symposium at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law and she co-founded the National Firearms Law Seminar, which trains attorneys on legal and policy issues relating to the Second Amendment, firearms, hunting and conservation. An NRA-certified instructor, Froman promotes firearms education, safety and marksmanship training, especially for women and youth, and she played a key role in developing NRA’s Refuse to Be a Victim Program. An avid hunter, she piloted the hunting component of NRA’s Women on Target program and has hunted numerous species in ten states and on three continents.