Bill Norton is a public speaker and author on the fundamental, natural law principles of liberty and the U.S. Constitution. He has been volunteering for the National Center for Constitutional Studies, or NCCS, for 12 years updating educational material on the Constitution. He has been a presenter for the organization for 8 years, presenting NCCS’s Making of America seminar in more than 40 states, including 2 state legislatures.
He is the former chairman of the Arizona State Constitutional Commemoration Committee, and the co-founder of Constitution Week USA, the largest celebration on the Constitution in the nation. He is a recipient of the George Washington Honor Medal from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge.
Bill is currently employed as a Visiting Scholar at Bellevue University, an instructor and member of the Board of Directors for the Center for Self Governance, and has owned a contracting company in Arizona for 30 years. He currently resides in Gilbert, Arizona with his wife and four small children.
Laine Norton is a junior at Heritage High School in Mesa, Arizona. Laine is a company member with the prestigious youth ballet, Ballet Etudes. She also participates in her school’s debate club and newspaper and is a member of the National Honor Society. Laine has owned a small business since she was 12 years old. She has loved learning about government and history since she was little. Laine currently resides in Gilbert, Arizona.