Marji Ross

About Regnery President Marji Ross

Marjory Grant Ross (Marji) has been President and Publisher of Regnery Publishing since April 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.

Media Highlights:

♦ “Marji Ross: A Woman of Enthusiastic, Energetic, and Personable Leadership” by Newt Gingrich, Human Events. (November 24, 2011.)
♦ “Regnery’s Marji Ross profits in a liberal world” by Bill Steigerwald, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. (December 28, 2008)
♦ “How book publishing fits into the conservative movement – an interview with Regnery President Marji Ross” by Dustin Siggins, Tea Party Patriots. (March 15, 2013)
♦ “Books that beat out the big boys” by Jim Fletcher, WND. (February 28, 2012)
♦ Radio Interview on Rick Santorum’s Blue Collar Conservatives, Patriot Voices Radio (April 21, 2014)
♦ Television Interview at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference, C-SPAN2 BookTV. (March 6, 2014)
♦ Television Interview at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference, C-SPAN2 BookTV. (March 21, 2013)
♦ Television Interview at Book Expo America 2013, C-SPAN2 BookTV. (May 30, 2013)
♦ Television Interview at Book Expo America 2012, C-SPAN2 Book TV. (June 6, 2012)
♦ Conservative Women’s Network Lecture, C-SPAN2 BookTV. (November 18, 2011)