Please join us for the June Wendy P. McCaw Reagan Ranch Roundtable luncheon on Friday, June 17th featuring president emeritus of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and top Reagan Advisor T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr. The luncheon will be held at the Reagan Ranch Center (located at 217 State Street) and will begin at 12pm. RSVP is required as seating is limited.
What: Wendy P. McCaw Reagan Ranch Roundtable featuring T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr
When: Friday, June 17th from 12 pm (noon)—1:30pm
Where: The Reagan Ranch Center 217 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Cost: $35/person pre-pay
$45/person at the door (advance RSVP still required)
Full-Time Students Free (advance RSVP still required)
Please RSVP by June 10th to Meredith Ramsey by phone only at 805-957-1980.
About T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr
T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr., is president emeritis of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, a non-partisan, tax-exempt educational organization dedicated to furthering the American ideal of ordered liberty on the college and university campus.
Mr. Cribb was Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs in the Reagan Administration. As such, he served as President Reagan's top advisor on domestic matters and oversaw four White House units: the Office of Policy Development; the Office of Cabinet Affairs; the Office of Public Liaison; and the Office of Welfare Reform. Earlier in the Administration Mr. Cribb held the position of Counselor to the Attorney General of the United States. He served either at the White House or the Department of Justice during the entire Reagan Administration. In 1980, he was Deputy Chief Counsel of the Reagan-Bush Campaign and, subsequently, supervised thirty of President-elect Reagan's Transition Teams. As the Reagan Administration drew to a close, the President appointed Mr. Cribb to the Fullbright Foreign Scholarship Board, where he served as Vice Chairman from 1989 to 1992.
Mr. Cribb is Counselor to the Federalist Society of Law and Public Policy Studies. He is past president of and currently on the executive committee of the Council for National Policy, a coalition of more than 300 organizations which promote America’s economic, social, and military strength. He is also a trustee of the Sarah Scaife Foundation and the Brevard Music Center.
A native of Spartanburg, South Carolina, Mr. Cribb received the B.A. from Washington and Lee University and the J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law. He also received the Honorary Doctor of Social Sciences from the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala, the honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, and the honorary Doctor of Laws from Oklahoma Christian University. Mr. Cribb was appointed by President Reagan as a Governor of the American Red Cross and as a Councilor of the Administrative Conference of the United States. In 1987, The Department of Justice recognized Mr. Cribb's service with the Department's highest honor, The Edmund J. Randolph Award.
Mr. Cribb lectures widely and is published in a number of scholarly journals and magazines, including National Review, The American Spectator, The Intercollegiate Review, Modern Age, Human Events, and the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.