District Coordinators Page

If you would like to help us at the National Level please e-mail Jan@NationalLibertyAlliance and give him your name, state, and phone number and we will call you.


Coordinators Duties

NLA Director – Jan

NLA Assistant Director – Terry

NLA National Coordinators – Ed & Johne

District 1 – 3 States    Need 3 District Coordinators

District 2 – 3 States    Need 3 District Coordinators

District 3 – 4 States    Need 4 District Coordinators

District 4 – 4 States    Need 4 District Coordinators

District 5 – 6 States    Need 6 District Coordinators

District 6 – 5 States    Need 5 District Coordinators

District 7 – 4 States    Need 4 District Coordinators

District 8 – 4 States    Need 4 District Coordinators

District 9 – 10 States  Need 10 District Coordinators

District 10 – 7 States  Need 7 District Coordinators

NLA’s Goals Are:

1) NLA will help initiate “County Committees of Safety” in every county in America.

2) NLA must maintain a relationship with the County COS Organizer and eventually the Chair of the “Committee of Correspondence” in order to raise awareness of National issues to brainstorm solutions.

3) NLA leadership must constantly stress the need of a proper education (NLA provides) in order to bind our servants down with the chains of the Constitution. If we fail to know these things we cannot have self-government. Encourage every member of every County COS to learn what we should have been taught in school.

4) NLA leadership must constantly stress the need of all members to come to our Monday night open forum or download the MP3 if they can’t make it. We all must be informed!

5) NLA will have a special “Open Forum” hosted by John Darash for Committees of Correspondence once a month to talk about National issues on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 9 PM EST in our Start Meeting venue. We may forgo the 1st Monday of the month normal program for this “Special Open Forum.”

6) NLA leadership must elucidate to every County COS that NLA is only an adviser and will never interfere with the County COS business. NLA facilitates for County COS a proper education, assist in organization and communications between the Committees of Correspondence to discuss national issues and brainstorm solutions. Each COS is free and independent and must decide how they will proceed concerning the issues raised.

7) NLA leadership must constantly stress that uniformity of our County COS is imperative in order to work together. NLA wrote the handbook for creating County COS and the handbook for functioning as committeemen in order to take back our political and judicial processes.

8) NLA leadership must constantly stress that in both political and judicial concerns NLA will advise anyone who asks.

ALL NLA LEADERSHIP

  • Must attend our national on-line weekly meetings (if you can’t make it listen to recording)
  • Must be taking NLA Courses
  • Must attend meetings (if you can’t make it listen to recording)
  • Must Start or join an active county COS in your county you don’t need to be the main organizer
  • Must join the COS Committee of Correspondence preferably be the chair if not be active on that sub-committee.
  • Read and become familiar with the COS plan by reading and studying the COS Handbook and COS Committeeman Handbook. You must eventually know the COS plan and structure in-side-out!!!

DISTRICT COORDINATORS DUTIES

District Coordinators are the “Face of NLA” to “NLA’s Committee of Correspondence” for their states within their districts; and are responsible for:

  • Communications to “County COS” must be by phone not email. Email is only for sending supporting information after a phone call. NO MASS EMAILING! One exception is to remind the County COS of an up-coming meeting.
  • Maintaining a log using MS Word. Districts with more than 5 states need a min of 2 District Coordinators. Eventually we will need one Coordinator per state. Let’s start looking and recruiting more help NOW!
  • MS Word Record – record bullet points and/or detailed info after each phone conversation. Create a folder for each state and sub folders for each county. Do not be long winded the purpose of this info will help you to remember who you are talking to and where to pick up on your next conversation. It also will assist another coordinator should you have to retire your position.
  • Maintain a spread sheet of all active County COS. Use a tab for each state. (Cut and paste the counties for each state provided by NLA) Record the COS organizer for each county. Name – Phone – E-mail – No of Members – Date Established – Connected to Sheriff.
  • Report to the “National Coordinator” all County COS’s progress on the 4th Monday of the month.
  • Reports are to include:

List of County COS by State (alphabetically) with number of members.

  1. Report date County COS initiated.
  2. Report date of County COS first meeting.
  3. Report date the County COS completed their charter & resolutions sealed and filed with county clerk.
  4. Report date the County COS submitted their charter & resolutions to Sheriff at their first 5 minute meeting & confirm Sheriff received the book “Government by Consent.”
  5. Report date the County COS had their second meeting with their Sheriff 30 days later at a County COS meeting.
  6. Report if the Sheriff is on board with the County COS.
* When a County COS establishes a committee of correspondence change the contact information to the committee of correspondence chair, update from time to time if there are changes.
* Impress upon the chair the necessity to be at the “Monthly National Committee of Correspondence Meeting” to discuss national problems and strategies. If they can’t make it send a another member from their committee so that they are represented and can reiterate the findings back to their “General Committee.” Additionally MP3 recordings will be made available.
* Encourage COS leaders to share on our NLA Monday open forum their progress, successes, and unique ideas they executed for growth or whatever that might help others. Let Jan or Terry know that someone wants to speak. We will need identifying info so that we can take them first in the Q.
* DC can share their successes also. Let Jan or Terry know that someone wants to speak.
* Start working on a list of national problems that we need to address. Don’t concern yourselves with our voting problems Trump is addressing that.
* Call each new COS and offer your assistance, give them a list of NLA members state wide.
* Explain to the county COS the importance of education for all their members.
* Encourage them to take NLA courses and come to NLA’s Monday night meetings.
* Once they have a Committee of Correspondence have them come to your meeting 2nd Monday of the month at 7:30 PM EST (might need to change to Tuesday at 9 PM because of the west coast.) This meeting should be focusing on National concerns.
* Other DC meetings can remain on Mondays if you want but you might need a different night at 9 PM because of the west coast.
* After 1st Contact schedule another call and follow-up calls. Relationships between NLA and County COS are crucial to our success. As states grow you can schedule skype calls with numerous County COS within the state. Skype is crucial because people can phone in or get the skype app.

MEETINGS’ AGENDA:

  • 45 min stay on point maybe use Roberts Rules of Order …
  • The main purpose of your meeting is to discuss ideas and strategies concerning your approach to County COS and assist each other in the contents of the 2 aforesaid handbooks.
  • Share ideas on how to approach people on the phone. Remember we are all learning let the person on the phone know that and that if you don’t know the answer to their questions take a note and tell them “I’ll get back to you on that.”
  • Terry or Jan will Record and end the meeting after 45 min. If you want announce that you are having a “BS” session and people can leave or stay if they want but the meeting is officially closed!
  • I can’t stress this too often don’t waste peoples time keep on point or people will stop coming. Do not let ANYONE talk about their personal issues and or agendas.
  • Terry or Jan will open and close the meeting and upload the recording? They may leave after the official meeting and the room will close when the last person leaves the room. Terry or Jan will refresh the room before the Monday night meeting just in case someone lingered and the recording gets spliced.

NATIONAL COORDINATOR

  • NC chairs the meeting and keeps things moving and on point.
  • NC is to maintain their written records indefinitely.
  • Jan or Terry will take attendance and give it to the NC for record keeping. It will be expected that anyone who misses the meeting listen to the mp3 recording and inform in writing to the NC before the end of the same week responding appropriately concerning said meeting and NC is to record in their notes that communication and mark them as attended via mp3.
  • NC is to report in writing to John Darash and Gerard Aprea a monthly report on status, growth, accomplishment, ideas, and national concerns that we need to address. John and Gerard will maintain a record of these communications.
  • NC is to address our membership on the 2nd Monday of the month as to our monthly progress, about 5 minutes, more if requested.
  • NC is to report on the first Monday of the month too John Darash via spread sheet on each state growth as follows:

List of County COS by State (alphabetically) with number of members.

  1. Report date County COS initiated.
  2. Report date of County COS first meeting.
  3. Report date the County COS completed their charter & resolutions sealed and filed with county clerk.
  4. Report date the County COS submitted their charter & resolutions to Sheriff at their first 5 minute meeting & confirm Sheriff received the book “Government by Consent.”
  5. Report date the County COS had their second meeting with their Sheriff 30 days later at a County COS meeting.
  6. Report if the Sheriff is on board with the County COS.

Using MS Word List concerns that National Leadership should be aware of.

Coodinators Meetings

EXCEL SPREAD SHEET