2023-24 Executive Board
Chris Meadows, Chairman
Chris is a Greensboro native, a graduate of Greensboro Day School, and has an Economics degree from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. Chris is a Capital Markets & Alternative Investments Advisor and has been in the investment industry for nearly 20 years. He resides in Greensboro with his wife and has two daughters.
Chris has been involved with the Guilford GOP for about four years and was a candidate in 2020 for the NC House of Representatives.
Kathleen Flanigan, 1st Vice Chairwoman
Kathy originally came to Guilford County in 2000 when her husband retired from US Army at Fort Bragg. She has always been an active event organizer and volunteer for the county party. Over the course of her involvement with the local Republicans, Kathy has previously served as -- Guilford County GOP Vice chairwoman, President of the Northwest Republican Women's Club, and has been awarded Volunteer of the Year by the Guilford GOP.
Deanna De'Liberto, 2nd Vice Chairwoman
Originally from New York, Deanna is a retired high school mathematics educator. She founded and served as President of D Squared Assessments, Inc. and Election Integrity NJ. Her research and development of the D Squared Algebra Readiness Test earned her an invitation to participate in the 12th ICMI Study Conference on the teaching and learning of Algebra. She also served on the Hazlet Board of Education.
After relocating to Greensboro, Deanna served as Secretary of the Friends of the Greensboro Public Library. She served as the immediate past Secretary of the Guilford County Republican Party and currently serves as Assistant Secretary and Parliamentarian for the Greater Greensboro Republican Women’s Club. As 2nd Vice-Chair, she will continue to manage the Precinct Organization and County Convention.
Deanna is passionate about K-12 education and election integrity. Educational assessments must be properly aligned to curriculum and instruction to be considered reliable and valid. She believes that we must test responsibly or not at all. Free and fair elections are vital to keeping our Republic. If our elections are not truly fair, we are not truly free.
Marvin Boguslawski, 3rd Vice Chairman
Marvin has been a resident of Greensboro for over 25 years. He is originally from Minnesota. The weather here is amazing, and he has no plans to move back to the "frozen tundra". Marvin has a background in engineering and spent 30 years in manufacturing in Corporate America. Recently he moved into the healthcare industry, and helps run a business that repairs surgical instruments.
Marvin ran for the U.S. Congress in the 2022 primary for NC District 6. After he lost, he actively campaigned for the winning candidate to help bring more conservative values to Washington. Marvin is a die-hard supporter of eliminating waste all at levels of government. He is a proud single father with a daughter in college. He is also active at his church with the youth group.
Steve Golimowski, Treasurer
Stephen Golimowski serves as Treasurer to the Guilford County Republican Party, having been re-elected to the post in 2021. Steve is also the Assistant Treasurer for the 6th District Republican Party and is on the State Executive Committee. He enjoys an active retirement, working part-time for his son's BohoBlu stores, having retired from American Standard as Director of Manufacturing several years ago.
He and his wife reside in the Lake Jeanette area of Greensboro.
Marth Miller, Assistant Treasurer
Martha Miller, a resident of Greensboro all her adult life, retired as CEO of Choice Community Credit Union, serving Burlington Industries’ employees and many others. She served as Assistant Treasurer of GCGOP prior to being installed as President of Greater Greensboro Republican Women’s Club for a two-year term ending December 2022. She also serves as Secretary/Treasurer of Affordable Housing Management (AHM) and several AHM committees. (AHM is a private nonprofit organization providing quality affordable rental housing for low to moderate income households.) Martha stays busy volunteering and loves spending time with her family, especially in her Gigi role.
Amy Havlen, Secretary
Amy Havlen was raised in Guilford County. She grew up attending Union Hill Elementary, Jamestown Middle and Ragsdale High School. She graduated from Southern Wesleyan University in SC with a degree in Christian Ministries. Amy then moved to the Czech Republic where she served alongside missionaries teaching Bible studies and English. She later taught English as a Second Language for a private school in Czech Republic for 8 years.
Amy now resides in Jamestown with her husband and four daughters. She has been homeschooling her daughters for the last 12 years.
Olga Jarzebinski, Assistant Secretary
Olga was born in Caracas, Venezuela, from Polish parents who were immigrants in Venezuela. Today, she is a proud American citizen. She came to the United States as a student and finished her Bachelors and Master’s degree in Chemistry. She returned to Venezuela and worked in research, and taught Chemistry in the Engineering Department, at the University in Caracas. She also worked for Bristol Myers as a QC Manager. Later, she moved to the States when Venezuela was going through political turmoil.
She moved to Florida in 1989. After a couple years in Florida, she was able to move to Poland after the fall of Communism, when they had their first free Parliamentary elections. She lived 2 years in Poland, and then returned to the United States in California. She arrived in Greensboro in 1996 and worked for Banner Pharmacaps. Olga has worked 30 years in Research in the Pharmaceutical Industry. She loves spending time with her family in South Carolina and California.
As Olga began seeing signs of communism in our country, she started volunteering in the Republican Party. She has made several presentations on how Venezuela, a rich country with a free-market economy, became a communist country with terrible living conditions. She is trying to open American eyes and doing what she can to fight this evil enemy!
Tyler Younts, General Counsel
Tyler Younts is an attorney in private practice focusing on workers’ compensation defense. Previously, he served in state government, including a 6-year term as a Deputy Commissioner at the N.C. Industrial Commission judging cases across the state involving workers’ compensation claims, civil tort lawsuits against state agencies, and other legal claims. Tyler also has a background in the non-profit sector, with the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law and the John Locke Foundation. Tyler has published various white papers on legal and public policy issues in North Carolina, including an academic law review article on North Carolina firearms law.
Tyler is an alum of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the Campbell University School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in North Carolina state courts, as well as the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Tyler is a member of the Greensboro Bar Association and the Federalist Society, and he is an E.A. Morris Leadership Fellow.
Tyler enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids at their home in Summerfield. They are active in church and other civic activities. Tyler coaches the kids in basketball and baseball. He is an avid reader of books such as The Berenstain Bears, Where’s Waldo?, and The Boxcar Children, and he is a connoisseur of TV shows such as Bluey, Paw Patrol, and Looney Tunes.
Guilford County District Chairs:
District 1 - Evie Atkinson
District 2 - Nancy J.R. Wells
District 3 - Michael Logan
District 4 - Peter O'Connell
District 5 - Julene Valitutto
District 6 - Connie Porter
District 7 - Vacant
District 8 - Paul Schumacher
Ad Hoc Committee Chairs:
Finance - Paul Norcross
Membership - Kathy Flanigan
Minority Engagement - Clarence Henderson
Plan of Organization - Tyler Younts
Precinct Organization - Deanna De'Liberto
Troy Lawson Scholarship - Michelle Bardsley; Connie Porter
Special Events - Michelle Bardsley
Candidates Forum - Chris Meadows