Kent Conrad, former Senator from North Dakota, is a Bipartisan Policy Center Senior Fellow and Co-Chair of the Commission on Retirement Security and Personal Savings. Selected by TIME Magazine as one of “America’s 10 Best Senators” and rated by The American as one of the ten most economically knowledgeable members of Congress, he has played a vital role in shaping our nation’s fiscal policies over the past three decades.
Conrad began his career as an assistant to the North Dakota tax commissioner prior to being elected Senator from 1986-1992. From 2001-2003, he was Chair on the Committee on the Budget.
Conrad was the force behind the successful effort to have Theodore Roosevelt posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, the United States government’s highest military honor, for his charge up San Juan Hill. Conrad holds an undergraduate degree from Stanford University and an MBA from George Washington University.
The Three Roosevelts
Hutton House Series
Led by Tweed Roosevelt, Chair of the Roosevelt School, and Presidential Portrait Artist Dan Christoffel