CoFounder & President
Hello all! My name is Alexis Wangler, but I really prefer Lexi. I am not yet 30 years old & work as a rural mail carrier in my hometown, Linton, ND. My husband & I have three beautiful, bright baby girls all under the age of 4 years old. Life sure can get busy, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. If I’m being honest, the work that we are doing here at Health Freedom North Dakota is something that I would never have imagined for myself. I truly believe I was guided by God to start this nonprofit & create this community of freedom-loving North Dakotans. I was very much a strong believer in western medicine, but because I was so sensitive to medications at a younger age, my mama directed & encouraged me to take a more holistic approach to health & wellness. It wasn’t until I was about 6 months pregnant with my first child that my husband & I really dug deeper. A friend had encouraged me to watch a documentary series regarding health freedom. That series was the catalyst to becoming a health freedom advocate & activist. I have found my passion, and I am so very grateful for all the love & support I have received along the way. We wouldn’t be HFND if not for you, so thank YOU!
CoFounder & Vice President
Brodi’s journey of fighting for medical freedom started when her own health issues began and conventional medicine failed her. Research on alternative medicine and treatment options then led her on a journey to a whole new lifestyle, which quickly turned into a passion. Informing others of their medical freedoms and options is something that Brodi focuses on both personally and professionally.
Jennifer has been a resident of ND all of her life. Health freedom became important when she became a mom of two children. After learning how intertwined the pharmaceutical industry, mainstream medical and health departments, she became aware of how important it is for the freedom to choose. Watching other states lose, not just the right to choose, but also discrimination within those losses, made a mission to keep fighting to rights.
Public Relations Correspondent & Stand for Health Freedom Liaison
In 2011, after finding out about my first pregnancy, I began to look into natural alternatives for just about every aspect of parenting: home birth, cloth diapers, natural remedies, homemade non-toxic products, and nutrition/clean eating. I had always been somewhat aware of healthcare alternatives, but the subject didn’t become important to me until after I became a wife and a mom. Now with 4 children (including 3 home births), ages 9,7,5, and 4, I am passionate about educating others on how they can lead healthy lifestyles and can confidently make their own choices for themselves and their children. I believe that there is no such thing as a “one size fits all” approach, and that all people possess the God-given right to pursue health in whatever manner they decide is best.
Public Relations & Spokesperson
I didn’t think to question conventional medical advice until my husband and I desired to start a family. My lifelong dream was motherhood. Allergies, illness, skin & digestive issues were common and normalized. I had no idea the multiple pharmaceutical drugs I had been prescribed were actually the root cause of my ailments. Worse, they had wrecked my fertility & hurt my chances of becoming a mom. Determined to heal my body from the pharmaceutical destruction, we dove into researching holistic types of healthcare that allow the body to heal & repair itself. My journey has led to discovering corruption in the pharmaceutical & vaccine industries. I am honored to link arms with other health freedom fighters who ask questions & know that true informed consent matters.
Public Relations Correspondent
I’m Heather Brostrom. I was born and raised in Hazen, N.D., but have resided in Bismarck for 27 years. I’ve been married for 27 years, to my college sweetheart. God blessed us with two sons. One is a senior in high school and the other, a senior in college. I was a stay at home Mom for over 10 years, have been a daycare provider, as well as dabbled in some home based businesses. I love to decorate and listen to podcasts, in my spare time. My summers are spent at Lake Sakakawea, enjoying quality family time. I became passionate about health freedom over the last legislative session. I sent many emails to my Representatives, sat in the balcony to observe floor sessions and participated in rallies. I was a regular presence at the Capitol, as I linked arms with other like-minded individuals. We appealed to our legislators to introduce guardrail legislation as it pertained to vaccine passports, masking and mandates. Had those bills passed, perhaps much of what we’re currently experiencing, could have been prevented. I believe that all medically related decisions should be left up to the individual – as opposed to them being dictated to us by the government, businesses or employers. I’m proud to play a small role in Health Freedom of N.D.’s mission. My sons are my “why,” and I will continue to stand up and speak out, so that they will have a hope and a future.