Adam Bellow (President and CEO) is currently Editorial Director of Broadside Books and VP/Executive Editor, HarperCollins. A publishing professional for 25 years, specializing in books for a conservative audience, Bellow was previously Editorial Director of The Free Press and Executive Editor at Large for Doubleday. Over the years he has published dozens of bestselling authors. He has also been literary editor of National Review, published his own essays and articles in a wide range of publications, and is the author of In Praise of Nepotism (Doubleday) and editor of New Threats to Freedom (Templeton).
David Bernstein (Publisher) is currently the Principal of Able Press Consulting, a content strategy consulting firm. After an early career in politics, he has become an entrepreneur and publishing professional with a widely varied background. As an entrepreneur, he was co-founder and Executive Vice President of iConnect.com as well as the founding editor of the acclaimed political journal Diversity & Division. Additionally, he has been a product manager at John Wiley & Sons, an editor at McGraw-Hill and The Free Press, and a contributing editor to SmartMoney. Bernstein holds an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business, and has been an adjunct professor in the MBA program at Metropolitan College of New York where he taught courses in entrepreneurial marketing, digital strategy, and book publishing.
Ben Shapiro (West Coast Editor) entered UCLA at the age of 16 and graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa in 2004. He graduated Harvard Law School cum laude in June 2007. Shapiro was hired by Creators Syndicate at age 17 to become the youngest nationally syndicated columnist in the U.S. He is the author of the national bestsellers, Brainwashed, Porn Generation, Project President, and Primetime Propaganda. Shapiro runs Benjamin Shapiro Legal Consulting, based in Los Angeles. He is Editor-At-Large of Breitbart.com, and Shillman Fellow at the Freedom Center.
Len Sherman (Executive Producer, Media Division) has long worked in both film and print as producer and correspondent, author and agent. His documentary, Abandon All Hope: Welcome to Afghanistan, shot one year before 9/11 in Afghanistan, detailing Al Qaeda’s designs to attack the U.S., ran dozens of times on MSNBC in the months following 9/11. In 2003, he produced Rebuilding Iraq: The Battle After The War for MSNBC from inside Iraq. Sherman has written or co-written books on subjects ranging from national security to politics to law enforcement, even show business and baseball. He has also represented selected individuals from the national security field, including, among others, Richard Clarke (Against All Enemies), Steven Emerson (American Jihad) and Charles Duelfer (Hide and Seek), before publishers and producers.