Paul F. Steidler
Paul F. Steidler is the communications director for the public relations firm ProActive Communications  and serves as the media contact for the pro-nuclear power group New York Affordable Reliable Electricity Alliance. 
Steidler is a magna cum laude graduate from Villanova University with a B.A. in Political Science and Honors.
Steidler worked for former Congressman James Andrew Courter (who is now chairman of the Lexington Institute) from 1984-87, beginning as a campaign field coordinator for the New Jersey Reagan-Bush '84 campaign (which Congressman Courter chaired).
- Gregory Fossedal and Paul F. Steidler, "Making Choices: A Review of Options for Financing Bob Dole's School Choice Initiative", The Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, August 28, 1996. 
- Gregory A. Fossedal and Paul F. Steidler, "Misplaced Priorities: The Federal Education Budget and School Choice", AdTI Issue Brief, October 16, 1996
- Paul F. Steidler, "Minnesota's Charter Success -- The lessons for U.S. Education", AdTI Research Report #101
- Paul F. Steidler, "A Capital Loophole: The National Education Association's Property Tax Exemption - Executive Summary", June 18, 1997
- Paul F. Steidler, "President Raises the Ante in School Choice Debate", AdTI Flash Report, July 31, 1997
The Lexington Institute's website states: 
- During 1996-97, Paul Steidler, then a senior fellow of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, watched these collaborators in action during weekly meetings at DoEd's offices in Washington, D.C. Mr. Steidler witnessed such strange happenings as an NEA lobbyist berating a career DoEd official for strong charter-school expansion language that had been proposed in President Clinton's school construction bill.