Dianna Muller is a retired police officer, who served 22 years with the Tulsa Police Department. She is the former Captain of Team Benelli 3-Gun, a Certified Firearms Instructor, and is the Co-host of Shooting Gallery on the Outdoor Channel.
Dianna also is the Founder of The DC Project: Women for Gun Rights, an educational, nonpartisan group of women from all 50 states who advocate for Second Amendment education over legislation. Gun rights are women’s rights and every woman must be prepared to be their own first responder. Women gun owners make firearms safety and education a top priority.
DC Project Mission statement: We are women from all across the nation who are dedicated to safeguarding the Second Amendment and our right to self defense. The DC Project Foundation is a 501(c)4 organization.
In November of 2018 Dianna appeared on the cover of Time Magazine, on their issue titled “Guns In America: What 245 Americans Think About The Issue.”
Dianna also became well-known for her 2019 testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee on “Protecting America from Assault Weapons” (while sitting on the same panel as David Chipman) when she stated “I will not comply.” (At the 5:30 mark on the link)
Founder of The DC Project, Dianna Muller, shared an update on what is happening with her non-profit, grassroots effort, that is an educational, nonpartisan initiative that brings 50 women, one from each state, to Washington, DC, to establish relationships with their legislators and reveal the faces and stories of firearms owners and 2nd Amendment supporters.
The DC Project will be holding their very first Fund-Raiser Reception in conjunction with the 2019 Gun Rights Policy Conference in AZ on 8.19.19 at AZFirearms in Avondale, AZ.
The funds that The DC Project raises will help the group as they travel to the nation’s Capital each year to interact with their efforts to Educate, Preserve and Present as advocates of our precious and unique Constitutional American Rights.