Wendy J. Hamilton
Wendy J. Hamilton was national president of the United States pressure group Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) from July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2005. After experiencing three tragedies in her family involving drunk drivers, she became active in MADD in 1984. In 1995, she joined MADD's National Board of Directors, where she became vice-president.
Ms. Hamilton was active in expanding membership, raising the organization's annual income to over $50 million, promoting the "Get MADD all Over Again" campaign to increase MADD's visibility, and promoting DWI/DUI legislation.
As MADD's president, she appeared on ABC's Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC and NBC's Today Show. Her perceived leadership success led Feminine Fortunes magazine to name her America's Most Successful Women in 2003.
- Candy Lightner 1980–1985
- Norma Phillips Thorworth 1985–1988
- Micky Sadoff 1988–1991
- Milo Kirk 1991–1993
- Rebecca Brown 1993–1995
- Katherine Prescott 1995–1997
- Karolyn Nunnallee 1998–1999
- Millie I. Webb 2000–2002
- Wendy J. Hamilton 2002–2005
- Glynn Birch July 2005–June 2008
- Laura Dean Mooney July 2008-June 2011
- Jan Withers July 2011-present 
Based primarily on material on MADD's official website
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