Phil Kerpen is vice president for policy at Americans for Prosperity, as well as a contributing editor for National Review Online, an opinion columnist on FoxNews.com, and chairman of the Internet Freedom Coalition.
Mr. Kerpen's op-eds have run in newspapers across the country (including the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and Boston Globe) and he is a frequent radio and television commentator on economic growth issues.
Prior to joining AFP, Mr. Kerpen served as the policy director and acting executive director for the Free Enterprise Fund, an organization he founded with Stephen Moore in January of 2005. Mr. Kerpen has also previously worked as an analyst and researcher for the Club for Growth, the Woodhill Foundation, and the Cato Institute.
A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Kerpen currently resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife Joanna.
- Americans for ProsperityVice President, Policy, 2006 - present
- www.PhilKerpen.comFree Market Advocate, 1999 - present