Frank Donatelli, currently a partner in a major Washington law firm, has been active in public policy for over 20 years. He worked closely with President Ronald Reagan when he served as Reagan’s White House Political Director.
Frank helped many young conservatives when he came to Washington in the mid-1970s and served as the Executive Director of Young Americans for Freedom after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh. He received his law degree from American University and is highly regarded for his work as an attorney and public policy advocate. He has paid a price for his activism. His FBI file was one of the first requested by the Clinton White House in the “filegate” affair.
Frank said of his leadership at the Luce Policy Institute, “I am proud to be a part of an organization that stands up for mainstream American families. If the Luce Policy Institute was not running leadership training events, women’s speakers programs, and exposing the radical feminists, thousands of young women with traditional values would be on their own.”
Frank also said, “With over 8 million women on 3,500 campuses, the Luce Policy Institute could expand its work ten times, and still reach only half of the women we must reach. That’s why I’m so anxious to help in this fight.”