SMF is here to protect our God given constitutional rights. Our goal is to ensure Equal Protection under the laws of the United States of America and each State. We aim to restore the voices of you, the Silent Majority.
Silent Majority Foundation's roots were cultivated early in each of our director's lives. Love of country, God, and Freedom are central principles for each of us. We have accepted the torch from our Founding Fathers to serve and protect our fellow citizens and their natural rights. This is OUR PASSION!
In the spring of 2021, the seed of the Foundation was planted, and it sprouted on August 16, 2021.
Since our genesis, SMF has spent countless hours educating, advocating, and fighting for our God-given freedom. We've successfully educated many friends of the Foundation on how self-advocate from the single mother to large corporate and federal employees. Our Labor includes protecting Second Amendment rights, small business property interests, ensuring election integrity, and forcing government transparency and access to all.
SMF has filed lawsuits protecting individual freedom. Because this is our passion, we will continue to file lawsuits to protect our liberty. Our lawsuits range from representing a single person and groups of hundreds of government employees and servicemen and women standing against medical tyranny to challenging the Washington State legislature's impairment of our Second Amendment Rights. Through our standing as a non-profit organization, YOU have challenged the Governor of Washington's "emergency" powers.
Through our efforts, thousands of Americans have retained employment throughout the COVID pandemic, parents have had more access to educational facilities and students have stood for their rights. We've obtained tens of thousands of pages of government documents that shed light on violations of our rights. We've helped Legislators regain the ability to represent their constituents in person.
Director of Communications
Rob has spent his career in communications technology, with his experience bringing groups together to manage intricate projects Rob is a good fit to direct Advocacy and Communication efforts. With SMF Rob has found his passion to fight for a better future for his 6 daughters. Rob and his Wife Brandi have been married happily for 13 years and reside in Pasco Washington.
Pete is Director and SMF's General Counsel; he's married to PJ and a proud father of three. Pete's first job out of law school was with a small water litigation firm in D.C., where Pete sued the government to stop illegal rulemaking. Since that time, Pete has fought for open government, to protect private business and individual rights.
Director of Education
Vincent was honorably discharged from the United States Army Reserve in 1989 after serving 6 years and subsequently moved to Washington. He is currently a deputy with the Snohomish County Sheriff's office and has been for over 22 years. Vincent is currently serving his second full City Council term in Mill Creek. Vincent and his wife Lilian have been married for over 32 years and they have two wonderful adult children. They welcomed their first grandchild in 2021.
Austin is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law with a diverse experiential background. Prior to law school, he served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, attaining the rank of Major. Before joining the military, Austin attended Eastern Washington University where he received his B.A. in History with dual minors in English and Government. Austin loves spending time with his wife, Cydney, their identical triplet girls, and their German Shorthair Pointers, Freyja and Gigi. In his spare time, Austin can be found outside, either pheasant hunting with Freyja and Gigi or riding his Harley-Davidson, sometimes even with Cydney grudgingly joining him for the ride.
After home schooling her four children, Karen Osborne, JD, went back to law school at William and Mary in Virginia. While there she had the opportunity to intern at the Constitutional Sources Project, Goldwater Institute in Arizona and Home School Legal Defense Association. The year after law school she worked for Freedom Foundation. The advocacy provided by these organizations solidified her desire to help others defend Constitutional Freedoms and Natural Rights. Along with the other attorneys and staff at the Silent Majority Foundation, she will continue this legacy as they pursue a wide variety of cases and issues to help defend America’s constitution and theological foundation.
Donor Relations Manager
PJ Serrano is the manager of donor relations. Prior to becoming a stay-at-home mom, PJ spent a decade in large event sales and staffing and in medical sales. Her expertise in event planning and her ability to connect with medical professionals makes her the perfect fit to connect with all our donors.