|Leading employee in||Acton Institute, Council for National Policy, Fundacion Burke, Heritage Foundation, Mont Pelerin Society, National Chamber Foundation|
|Staff member in||Center for Strategic and International Studies, Mont Pelerin Society, Philadelphia Society|
|Advisory Board member in||Fundacion Internacional para la Libertad|
|Supervisory Board member in||Hayek Institute|
Ed Feulner is a member of the bord of directors of the Hayek Institute.
In this section we list interesting things that still have to be researched further, or that do not fit into the other sections.
CV of Ed Feulner, including a list of publications.
Influence fields of Person
In this section we try to document where the person has which influence.
Leading employee in corporation
- http://www.bankencyclopedia.com/Sequoia-Bank-27454-Bethesda-Maryland.html#b (formerly), Director, Sequoia Bank
Leading employee in academia
- http://home.isi.org/, Chairman of the board of the "Intercollegiate Studies Institute"
- http://www.sciences-po.eu/, Member of the board, Science Po University
Leading employee in politics
- http://rsc.jordan.house.gov/ (formerly), Executive Director of the Republican Study Committee
Leading employee in the NGO sphere
- http://www.acgusa.org/ (formerly), Director, American Council in Germany
Author in the media sphere
- http://www.washingtontimes.com, Washington Times
Consultant in the politics sphere
- http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents/ronaldreagan (formerly), Consultant for domestic policy to President Reagan
Consultant in the NGO sphere
- http://www.victimsofcommunism.org/, Member of the advisory board of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation
Interviewed in media sphere
- http://online.wsj.com/, The Wallstreet Journal
- http://spectator.org/, The American Spectator
Membership in the academia sphere
- http://www.regis.edu/, Member of the Board of Visitors of Regis University
Employee in politics sphere
- http://www.state.gov/r/adcompd/index.htm (1982–1991), U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy
- http://www.gop.gov/ (formerly), Congressional aide to the Republican congressman Melvin Laird
- http://www.house.gov/ (1995-1996), Vice Chairman of the Kemp Commission
- http://www.house.gov/ (1999-2000; 2005), Member of the Meltzer Commission and of the Gingrich-Mitchell Congressional U.N. Reform Task Force
- http://www.gop.gov/ (formerly), Assistant to Illinois Republican congressman Phil Crane
Notes on the influence fields
Often people are present in various fields, but there presence can't be connected to specific actors (e.g. it is often senseless to connect the media presence of politicians to particular newspapers). We use this section to document these unspecific, but nonetheless important presences.
Looking Back (Heritage Foundation, 1981). ASIN B0006E54OC Conservatives Stalk the House (Green Hill, 1983). ISBN 0-89803-112-5 The March of Freedom (Spence Publishing Company, 1998). ISBN 978-0-9653208-8-7 Intellectual Pilgrims (Mont Pelerin Society, 1999). ISBN 978-0-89195-079-0 Leadership for America: The Principles of Conservatism (Spence Publishing Company, 2000). ISBN 978-1-890626-22-8 Getting America Right (Co-author Doug Wilson) (Crown Forum, 2006). ISBN 978-0-307-33691-0