Travis Korson, Director of Communications
Travis Korson is the Communications Director for Frontiers of Freedom. A veteran of politics with years of experience in campaigns, communications and public policy he also serves as YRNF National Committeeman for the DC Young Republicans, and as the Ward 2 Chairman for the DC Republican Party.
Recent roles include Virginia Field Director for the Faith and Freedom Coalition (2013) and Manager of Public Information for the Center for Security Policy. While at the Center he was responsible for coordinating the Coalition for the Common Defense, a grassroots campaign spearheaded by like-minded individuals and organizations that contend that economic prosperity depends on a strong national defense.
Travis also served in the Bush White House and has spent time at various conservative organizations and government institutions including the Heritage Foundation, Americans for Prosperity and the Rhode Island General Assembly.
He has spoken at several conferences, including the Conservative Political Action Conference, the Road to Majority Conference, Freedom Fest and the State Policy Network annual gathering. Travis regularly appears on the One America News Network and his expertise has been quoted in several publications including the Washington Post. His works have been published at various outlets including Daily Caller, Human Events, American Spectator, CNS News, and Breitbart. Travis is a graduate of the George Washington University where he studied International Affairs with a focus on International Economics.
George C. Landrith, President and CEO
Since 1998, George Landrith has served as the President and CEO of Frontiers of Freedom – a public policy think tank devoted to promoting a strong national defense, free markets, individual liberty, and constitutionally limited government. Frontiers of Freedom is recognized as a national leader on many of the most important issues facing America today – including: national security and defense, constitutional freedoms, market-based environmental solutions, energy, tax reform, property rights, and regulatory reform.
Previously, Landrith served as the Vice President and General Counsel to the National Legal Center for the Public Interest — now associated with the American Enterprise Institute. Landrith is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was the Business Editor of the Virginia Journal of Law and Politics. He also graduated, magna cum laude, from Brigham Young University studying political science and economics. Landrith is admitted to the bar in Virginia and California and is a member of the United States Supreme Court bar.
In 1994 and 1996, Landrith was the Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia’s Fifth Congressional District. He also served on the Albemarle County (Virginia) School Board from 1992 through 1995. He was appointed by then Governor George Allen and confirmed by the General Assembly to serve on the Virginia Workforce 2000 Advocacy Council. As an adjunct professor at the George Mason School of Law, Landrith has taught constitutional law, appellate advocacy, and legal writing. Landrith also teaches at the Leadership Institute’s candidate school.
Landrith appears frequently on television and radio news programs. He has been quoted or referenced in many of the nation’s leading newspapers, including: New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post. Mr. Landrith’s work has been printed in over 100 newspapers across the nation, including: Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, LA Daily News, National Review, Sacramento Bee, Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, Providence Journal, Daily Caller, Washington Examiner, Townhall, and Human Events. In 2004, Landrith published a book, On Politics and Policy: Views on Freedom from an American Conservative.
Mr. Landrith lives in Virginia with his wife, Laura. They have seven children.
Miklos K. Radvanyi, Executive Vice President
Dr. Miklos K. Radvanyi is the Vice President of International Policy at Frontiers of Freedom. He has earned advanced degrees from the Eotvos Lorand Scientific University, in Budapest, Hungary; the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University; and the National Law Center at George Washington University.
He has also served as the foreign affairs advisor to U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch and U.S. Representative Christopher Cox. He escaped communist rule in Hungary during the height of the cold war and immigrated to America.
He is an expert on geopolitical affairs, national security, and foreign affairs. He has written extensively and been published in at least three different languages and has lectured around the world on foreign policy and world affairs.
Peter Roff, Senior Fellow
Peter Roff is a Senior Fellow at Frontiers of Freedom. He is also a contributing editor at U.S. News & World Report. Earlier in his career, he was the political director of Newt Gingrich’s GOPAC and planned and directed political education programs training tens of thousands of candidates for public office and political activists. Prior to his years at GOPAC, Mr. Roff spent nearly five years as executive director of Americans for Tax Reform, the organization that created the “Taxpayer Protection Pledge.” During Mr. Roff’s career, he also spent five years as the senior political writer for United Press International.
Mr. Roff has appeared on a variety of radio and television programs including “CBS News Overnight,” “Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher,” “The Dennis Miller Show,” “Hannity & Colmes,” “The O’Reilly Factor,” “C-SPAN’s Washington Journal,” and even once appeared as himself on the hit ABC comedy “Spin City.”
Mr. Roff’s observations have been quoted in major publications including USA Today, The New York Times, the online version of The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and National Review.
A graduate of The George Washington University, Mr. Roff has lived in Northern Virginia for much of the last 25 years along with his children and his beagle Watson.
Kerri (Houston) Toloczko, Senior Fellow
Kerri (Houston) Toloczko arrived at Frontiers of Freedom in 2003 when she served as the Senior Vice President for Policy. She is now a Senior Fellow. She has is a public policy analyst and expert in coalition management. Her responsibilities have included all facets of marketing, policy research and issue advocacy for conservative think tanks and free market centers in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
Mrs. Toloczko has also worked with Institute for Policy Innovation, State Policy Network, American Conservative Union, Institute for Liberty and was Senior Policy Director for Florida Governor Rick Scott’s Conservatives for Patients’ Rights. One of her areas of expertise is healthcare law and reform.
She was appointed by former House Speaker Dennis Hastert as a Commissioner to the US-China Economic Security and Review Commission and was nominated to serve of President Bush’s Commission to Strengthen Social Security.
A strong proponent of individual and economic liberty, free markets and a strong national defense, Mrs. Toloczko lectures on public policy and the proper role of government and has provided testimony to Congress on a number of topics. A widely published opinion writer, her opeds have appeared in numerous publications throughout the country. She is a regular guest on talk radio and has provided commentary on all the national news networks.
Scott L. Vanatter, Executive Vice President
Scott Vanatter, Executive Vice President and COO of Frontiers of Freedom, began his career in sales and marketing with Xerox Corporation. He has over thirty years of corporate, M&A, and entrepreneurial experience. He has been a key player in several successful software startups. He co-founded two political action committees (one on fiscal and transportation issues, the other on family values). He also co-founded the Access Technology Association. Prior political and public policy positions include, Chief Operating Officer at the Corporation for Executive Studies, and Regional Director at the Business-Industry Political Action Committee.
He has spoken on such business issues as software and IT security, and on various political issues from fundraising to the founding fathers. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a minor in finance from California State University, Fullerton’s College of Business and Economics.
He and his wife, Becky, reside in Fairfax, Virginia. Their two married daughters live in California and Maryland along with their five grandchildren.
Amrita Singh, Director of Publications
Amrita Singh serves as the Institute’s Director of Publications. She earned her degree in English with honors from Delhi University in India. She speaks English, Hindi, Punjabi and Italian. She also earned a diploma in International & Domestic Tourism from the Indian Institute of Marketing.
Prior to joining Frontiers of Freedom, Ms. Singh, worked at a senior level for an international firm specializing in Voip and SIP telecom products and aviation systems and airport management. In addition to Ms. Singh’s experience in publications and editing, she has extensive experience in marketing and merchandising.