T. Kenneth Cribb Jr

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T. Kenneth Cribb Jr. is the President of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.

"Mr. Cribb was Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs in the Reagan Administration, serving as President Reagan's top advisor on domestic matters. Earlier in the Administration he held the position of Counselor to the Attorney General. He also served as Vice Chairman of the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board from 1989 to 1992. He is President of the Collegiate Network, Inc., an association of independent college newspapers; Vice-President of the Council for National Policy; and Counselor to the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies," his biographical note on the ISI website states. [1]

A biographical note on the website of the Young America's Foundation provides more detail on Cribb's role during the Reagan presidency. "Mr. Cribb was deputy to the chief counsel of the 1980 Reagan campaign. During the Reagan transition, he was deputy director of the Legal and Administrative Agencies Group, Office of the Executive Branch Management. He went on to serve the Reagan Administration for almost the entire eight years of its existence, beginning in 1981 as assistant director for the Office of Cabinet Affairs. He served next as assistant counselor to the President, in which capacity he assisted Counselor Edwin Meese. When Mr. Meese became Attorney General, Mr. Cribb accompanied him to the Justice Department where he became counselor to the Attorney General of the United States. In 1987, Mr. Cribb returned to the White House as assistant to the President for domestic affairs and served in this position until the fall of 1988," it states. [2]

According to the Capital Research Centre, Cribb was paid $292,311 as President in 1988. [3]

Cribb is a member of the Board of Advisors of a number of other organisations including the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education(FIRE) [4], the Defenders of Property Rights [5], the Russel Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal and the Texas Review of Law and Politics. [6]

He is also listed as a member of the Advisory Committee of the Center for the American Founding (a project of the Potomac Foundation)[7], and a member of the Board of Directors of the National Campaign Conservative Fund.[8]

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