Meet Emerge Alabama & Tabitha Isner

Ready to fight for Alabama families in Montgomery and Washington? Then get behind progressive candidates in 2018, especially women. Mark your calendars for the 4th Tuesday of each month for a Make A Difference (MAD) politics lunch at Surin in Five Points South, Birmingham. Jan. 23 will feature Stacie Propst, director, Emerge Alabama, and one of her alumn, Democrat Tabitha Isner, who is challenging Rep. Martha Roby for the U.S. Congress. Founded in 2017, Emerge Alabama recruits, trains and supports women leaders for political office. Read more about Emerge at

Tabitha, running in Congressional District 2, is one of the most exciting candidates we’ve seen in a long time! Read more about her education, her values, and her family, on her web site at Let’s help Emerge send another woman to help Rep. Terri Sewell in the U.S House.

New to a M.A.D politics lunch? Attendees network from 11:30 a.m. to noon, listen to the speaker from noon to 12:30, then ask questions and discuss. If you can’t stay for the whole time, feel free to slip in at noon to hear this important speaker There is no charge to attend, but everyone buys her/his own lunch. Surin West, can usually accommodate about 30-40 attendees. Please respond here or email Jennifer Greer at to confirm attendance and # of guests.