Hillel G. Fradkin, Ph.D., was President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center between 2001 and 2004.  He was also the director of "the Islam and American Democracy, Jewish Studies, and Foreign Policy programs."
Fradkin's "Professional Experience":
- Signator, Project for the New American Century, 2001
- Speaker, Benador Associates; Fradkin's Benador biography
- W.H. Brady Fellow, American Enterprise Institute, 1998-2001
- Professor, Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago, 1987-1998
- Vice President, Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, 1988-1998
- Member, National Council on the Humanities 1988-1994
- Assistant professor, Department of Religion, Barnard College, Columbia University, 1979-1986
- Program officer, John M. Olin Foundation, 1983-1986
- Visiting instructor, Department of Political Science, Yale University, 1977-1979
- Assistant Director, Project on Islamic Thought, University of Maryland, 1977-1979
- Sergeant, 1st CA Co., 5th Special Forces, U.S. Army, 1969-1972
Fradkin earned his Ph.D. in Islamic and Jewish thought and history at the University of Chicago and his B.A. in government at Cornell University.
Resources and articles
- "Hillel Fradkin Becomes Center President", Ethics and Public Policy Center, Media Release, November 11, 2001.
- "[Hillel Fradkin, Ph.D. : Senior Fellow", Ethics and Public Policy Center, undated, accessed May 2006. This profile states that "Hillel Fradkin is no longer with the Ethics and Public Policy Center. This information should not be considered current."
- RightWeb Profile: Hillel Fradkin.
- Hillel Fradkin, Why They Hate Us, American Enterprise Institute, December 1, 2001.