Quena Gonzalez

Senior Director of Government Affairs

Quena González leads Family Research Council's government affairs division. Under the direction of the Vice President for Policy & Government Affairs, he directs FRC's federal and state legislative policy agendas on life, family, and religious liberty. He also directs FRC's partnership with the Family Policy Councils, a national network of independent state policy organizations that share FRC's commitment to the great issues of our day. During his first decade at FRC Quena led FRC's State & Local office from a single position to a team of four that now tracks hundreds of state bills each year across 60+ issue areas.

Quena is a Washington veteran. Prior to coming to FRC in 2011, he worked for nearly a decade as a Capitol Hill staffer on human rights, as a consultant, and as a non-profit entrepreneur helping bootstrap an environmental public policy think tank. He has been involved in dozens of pro-family public policy campaigns and is a long-time observer of the pro-family movement. He and his wife spend their time trying to keep up with their three amazing boys.

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Steve Daines, Mary Miller, Quena Gonzalez, George Barna

John Boozman, James Comer, Quena Gonzalez, David Closson

Quena Gonzalez on the SAFE Act Passing in Arkansas

Tucker Carlson Eviscerates Chemical Castration of Minors

Ken Blackwell, Barry Loudermilk, Quena Gonzalez, Pat Fagan

Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Andrew Bostom, Asa Hutchinson, Quena Gonzalez

Gender Battle Leads to Transitions of Power

States Are Leading the Way on Life

Maria Keffler, Connor Semelsberger, Matt Carpenter, Quena Gonzalez

John Fund, Quena Gonzalez, Travis Weber, Hans von Spakovsky

Restrictions on Religious Freedom During the Coronavirus Crisis

FRC Puts Life on the Map

James Lankford, Ted Yoho, Quena Gonzalez, David Closson

Franklin Graham, Dave Brat, Quena Gonzalez

Rep. Paul Gosar, Quena Gonzalez, Blair Nelson

Oklahoma Supreme Court asked to protect child sex abuse

States Grapple with Whether Some Conscience Rights are More Equal Than Others

Quena Gonz\u00E1lez, Senior Director of Government Affairs

Virginia's War on Women