Nicole Hudgens has a passion to advance faith, family, and freedom in her generation and for the generations to come.
Before joining Government Affairs at Family Policy Alliance, she served as the Deputy Director for the Centers for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives at the U.S. Department of Labor in the Administration of President Donald Trump.
Nicole has also served as Director of Policy for Texas Values, the largest organization focusing on faith, family, and freedom in Texas. While at Texas Values, she led efforts to pass the Save Chick-fil-A Law protecting religious freedom, among other pro-family efforts. In addition to her work in the legislature, Nicole also defended family values at the Texas State Board of Education, Texas Department of State Health Services, and multiple local government entities.
She has served in the office of Congressman John Fleming, as well as the Family Research Council and the Heritage Foundation.
A frequent news contributor, Nicole has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CNN, and multiple statewide television and print news sources.
Nicole holds a degree in Speech Communication from Louisiana State University, Shreveport and a master’s degree in Public Policy from Liberty University.