CONTACT: Emelia Rohl
(Waukesha, WI)- No Better Friend Corp. (NBF) announced today that former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman has joined its advisory board. The group has partnered with Gableman in several previous policy forums, as well as a Congressional debate.
“We’re so excited to have Justice Gableman join the No Better Friend Corp. Advisory Board,” said Kevin Nicholson, President & CEO of NBF Corp. “Our entire team has enjoyed partnering with him over recent months at events all over the state. We have more big things to come, and we’re eager to work with Justice Gableman as we grow the conservative movement in Wisconsin.”
No Better Friend Corp. has recently held policy forums across the state where Justice Gableman presented on topics including the John Doe investigation in Wisconsin, free speech and impeachment. He also served as the moderator for a debate hosted by NBF in Wausau for candidates in the 7th Congressional District Republican Primary.
“Working with No Better Friend and Kevin Nicholson has been a wonderful experience,” Gableman said. “The work we’re doing to grow our conservative movement is important, and I know we’re having an impact. I look forward to continuing to work together to shape Wisconsin’s future.”
Other advisory board members include Kathryn “Murph” Burke, Jim Klauser, Mary Stitt, and Liz and Dick Uihlein.
Justice Mike Gableman grew up in New Berlin. After graduating from Ripon College in 1988, he taught American history at Washington High School in Milwaukee. Following his appointment to the bench in 2002, Gableman was elected Circuit Court Judge of Burnett County. In 2008, Judge Gableman became the first candidate in over 40 years to defeat a sitting Supreme Court Justice. After serving on the Supreme Court for ten years, Justice Gableman did not seek reelection to the court and returned to the private practice of law. He remains active in numerous charitable and civic works and is frequently called upon to speak on legal issues of the day.
No Better Friend Corp., a 501(c)(4), works to implement and advocate for solutions to the problems we all face together, while also proactively reaching out and bringing new voices into the conservative movement. The group focuses on promoting conservative ideas and approaches in the areas of economic growth, education, health care, promoting a culture of life, and national defense. Nicholson, a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, named the group after the Marine Corps’ unofficial slogan: “No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy.” Two other employees of NBF Corp. are also Marine veterans.