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Robert C. Enlow is the president and chief executive officer of EdChoice, Inc., a national nonpartisan organization advancing full and unencumbered parental choice in education. Robert has worked at EdChoice, formerly the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, for over 20 years and has served as fundraiser, projects coordinator, vice president and executive director prior to being named president and chief executive officer in 2009. Prior to joining EdChoice, Robert lived and worked in England where he served as a voluntary sector social worker for St. Botolph's Project, an organization providing care and services to homeless men. While in England, Robert also served on the school board of two inner-city schools in London - Hillmead Infants and Juniors School - where he chaired the finance committee and served on the building and curriculum committees. Robert is the co-editor of Liberty and Learning: Milton Friedman's Voucher Idea at Fifty and author of Grading Vouchers: Ranking America's School Choice Programs. His opinion pieces have appeared in numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Arizona Republic, National Review, and USA Today. Robert's passion for education change includes being a board member of School Choice Ohio, Hoosiers for Quality Education, and the Economic Club of Indiana. He was formerly on the Indiana State Advisory Committee for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Robert received his bachelor's degree from Seattle Pacific University and he also attended the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, then affiliated with Oxford University, where he worked on a post-graduate degree in theology. Robert lives in Indianapolis and has two children, Jefferson and Charles. He is a Fellow of the 18th class of the Pahara - Aspen Education Fellowship and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.