Jack Fowler is Director of the Center for Civil Society, which hosts conferences and produces educational resources for nonprofit officials and donors that offer practical advice, ideas, training, and tools helping civil society leaders achieve their missions. He writes the Center’s weekly Civil Thoughts newsletter, hosts its monthly webinars, and assists in business development.

Before joining American Philanthropic, Jack worked for 31 years at National Review in various capacities, including as publisher, where he oversaw fundraising and development operations. He remains a Contributing Editor. The host of the popular Victor Davis Hanson Show podcast has served on numerous boards, including the American Mental Health Foundation, Human Life Foundation, Frontier Center, and Gatestone Institute.

The Bronx native graduated from Regis High School and the College of the Holy Cross. A member of the Knights of Columbus, Jack and his sainted wife Sharon have five children. They reside in Milford, Connecticut.