Anthony Romero

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Executive Director
American Civil Liberties Union

He assumed leadership of the ACLU in September 2001, a week before the terrorist attacks. Since then, the organization has argued for the need to maintain civil liberties without compromising security. Mr. Romero has led the most successful membership drive in the ACLU's 85-year history, with 75,000 people becoming card-carrying members. Previously, he served at the Ford Foundation, where he channeled approximately $90 million in grants to civil-rights groups.
 
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