The Board of Directors of the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, Inc. announces the election of Dr. Paul Kengor, professor of political science at Grove City College in Grove City Pennsylvania; and Colin A. Hanna, President of Let Freedom Ring, USA to seats on its 17-member board.
"We are honored to welcome Dr. Kengor and Mr. Hanna to the Lincoln Institute's Board of Directors," said Lowman S. Henry, Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute. "Both men have been actively involved in the Lincoln Institute as commentators on our weekly radio program, American Radio Journal, and we are pleased that they will be expanding their duties by serving on our board of directors."
Colin A. Hanna is president of Let Freedom Ring, USA, a non-profit public policy organization committed to promoting Constitutional government, free enterprise and traditional values. Colin is a former Chester County Commissioner (1995-2003). Prior to his election he was a CBS sales executive in New York and Philadelphia; after CBS he started and sold several small businesses. He is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. A father of two children, he is married to Pricie Hanna and they live in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Paul Kengor is a professor of political science at Grove City College and is executive director of the Center for Vision & Values, a Grove City College think tank/policy center. He is a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Dr. Kengor is author of numerous books, most recently publishing The Judge: William P. Clark Ronald Reagan's Top Hand. He received his doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public and International affairs and his master's degree from American University's School of International Service. He lives in Grove City, Pennsylvania with his wife Susan and their four children.
Also serving on the Lincoln Institute Board of Directors are: Lowman S. Henry, Chairman; Robert W. Keibler, Vice Chairman; Francis X. Ryan, Treasurer; Marsha Ord, Secretary; Frederick W. Anton, III; Doris Beaufait; Joseph Geiger; Dr. Jake Haulk; Norman K.A. Hoffer; Hilary Holste; Charles L. Huston, III; Albert Paschall; Susan Staub; and James Trammell.
The Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2008. The Lincoln Institute was founded in 1993 to promote the ideals of free market economics, individual liberty, and limited government through the conduct of public opinion research. Further, the Lincoln Institute is committed to the conduct of an extensive public information and educational program designed to foster federal and state public policy based upon traditional American values.