Marji Ross

Marjory Grant Ross (Marji) has been  President and Publisher of Regnery Publishing since April of 2003.   She joined Regnery in 1999 as vice president and general manager.   Prior to joining Regnery, Marji worked as senior group publisher for the large newsletter publisher, Phillips International, where she ran several business units, including investment newsletters, business newsletters and health newsletters.   In her early career, Marji was a business editor and writer.   She graduated from Dartmouth College with a BA in English in 1981, and earned her Masters in Journalism from The American University in Washington, DC.   She currently serves on the boards of the National Conservative Campaign Fund, the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, and the Beth Chai Congregation. In February 2005, she was named the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute’s Woman of the Year.   She lives in Virginia with her husband and three daughters.

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Harry W. Crocker is Vice President & Executive Editor of Regnery Publishing. Educated at UCSD and USC’s School of International Relations in London, England, Harry helped re-found Regnery Publishing in Washington, DC, as its editor in chief in 1986, a position he held for five years before becoming a speechwriter to Governor Pete Wilson of California. He rejoined Regnery in 1995, and has led the editorial team through a succession of bestselling seasons. A former editorial writer for The San Diego Union, he has written for many outlets, including National Review, The American Spectator, The Washington Times, and The National Catholic Register, and is the author of half a dozen books, including the bestselling Robert E. Lee on Leadership, Triumph: The Power and the Glory of the Catholic Church, and The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War, as well as the award-winning novel The Old Limey. He lives on the site of a former Confederate encampment in Northern Virginia.

 

 

 

Alex Novak

Alex Novak is Associate Publisher of Regnery History. Following nine years as Marketing Director for Regnery Publishing, Alex launched Regnery’s first-ever history imprint in 2011. Alex worked on state and federal legislative campaigns in New Jersey and California, followed by two terms as press secretary and legislative aide to a member of Congress from California. Alex received his BA in political science from Kenyon College and his MBA from the University of Maryland. He lives with his family in suburban Maryland.