Lee Bockhorn is an associate editor at the Weekly Standard magazine in Washington, DC, and has also worked for The Public Interest. Mr. Bockhorn holds a B.M. in Music Performance from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
James Carter has become the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy at the Department of the Treasury. Mr. Carter has also served on the National Economic Council, and as an economic advisor to Congress' Joint Economic Committee, Senator John Ashcroft, and the Republican National Committee. He holds an M.A. in Public Administration from George Mason University, and has his B.S. in Political Science from Northeast Missouri State University.
Andrew Emrich holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Wyoming College of Law, and is a graduate of Thomas Aquinas College. Mr. Emrich was a legal and policy advisor for Senator Michael B. Enzi. He has recently accepted a new position as Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General for Environment and Natural Resources at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Cherie Harder currently serves as the policy director for Senator Sam Brownback, and was previously the deputy policy director for Empower America. Ms. Harder graduated from Harvard University, and then attended the University of Queensland, where she took a post-graduate diploma in Literature.
John Meroney is the associate editor for American Enterprise magazine, and previously worked for Forbes FYI, as well as TechnoPolitics. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University.
Rosario Palmieri works for the Soap and Detergent Association, a K Street trade association in Washington, D.C. Prior to that, Mr. Palmieri was editor of the Heritage Foundation's monthly newsletter, The Insider. He is a graduate of American University.
Robert Regier is a research analyst for the Cultural Studies Department at Family Research Council. He holds an M.A. in Public Policy from Regent University School of Government, and is a graduate of Sioux Falls College.
Kimberly Schuld was Director of External Relations at the Independent Women's Forum. Miss Schuld managed IWF's Gender Equity and Title IX Project, and is frequently called upon as a Title IX expert for interviews, debates and media appearances. She is currently a special assistant to Jennifer Cabranes Braceras, the new Commissioner to the US Civil Rights Commission. Miss Schuld graduated from California State University in Fullerton in 1990. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and a Minor degree in Political Science.