Board of Directors

Governor George Allen

George served as Governor of Virginia (1994 – 1998); U.S. Senator from Virginia (2001 – 2007); Congressman from Virgnia (1991 – 1993); and member of the Virginia House of Delegates (1983 – 1991). Since leaving office, among other things, he has served on the Reagan Ranch Board of Governors.

Hon. Greg S. Casey, Sr.

Greg served as the 34th Sergeant at Arms of the United States Senate; President and CEO of the Business Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC); Chief of Staff to a member of the U.S. House; Chief of Staff to a member of the U.S. Senate; and Deputy Chief of staff to the Senate Majority Leader.

Chad Connelly

Chad served as Chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party (2011 – 2013), National Director of Faith Engagement for the RNC (2013 – 2017), Founder and CEO of Faith Wins (2017 – present) and South Carolina consultant for the Balanced Budget Amendment campaign (2019 – present).

Loren J. Enns, President

Enns is President of the CSNDS Board of Directors as well as prime content expert and educational field operative for the balanced budget amendment (BBA) campaign. He wrote a book on Article V of the Constitution (pub., 2009) and has worked on the BBA campaign since 2012.

U.S. Senator Judd Gregg

Judd served as U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (1993 – 2011); Governor of New Hampshire (1989 – 1993); and Congressman from New Hampshire (1981 – 1989). He also served as Chair of the Senate Budget Committee (2005 – 2007) and was appointed to the Simpson Bowles commission.

Governor Mike Huckabee

Mike served as Governor of Arkansas (1996 – 2007); Lt. Governor of Arkansas (1993 – 1996); and Chair of the National Governors Association (2005 – 2006). He ran for the U.S. Presidency in 2008 and 2016. In between he hosted his own show on Fox News, and currently hosts his own show on TBN.

Congressman Connie Mack IV

Connie served in Congress representing Florida’s 14th Congressional District (2005 – 2013); and in the Florida House representing the 91st District (2001 – 2003). While serving in Congress, he was a strong advocate for fiscal responsibility and authored the “Penny Plan” to balance the federal budget.

Gov. Butch Otter

Butch served as Governor of Idaho (2007 – 2019); Congressman from Idaho (2001 – 2007); Lt. Governor of Idaho (1987 – 2001); and member of the Idaho House of Representatives (1972 – 1976). Butch has long stood as a strong supporter of the 10th amendment and the responsibility of the states to keep Washington in check.

Constantin Querard

Constantin is the founder of Grassroots Partners, LLC. For more than three decades he has worked for conservative candidates at the local, state and national levels (U.S. Senate and Presidential, etc.). He has also worked on various conservative issue campaigns, including Article V efforts (Term Limits, Balanced Budget, etc.).

Gov. Ed Schafer

Ed served as the 30th Governor of North Dakota from 1992 to 2000. He also served as the 29th Secretary of Agriculture under George W. Bush from 2008 to 2009. He was appointed as the Interim President of the University of North Dakota, serving from January through June 2016.

Lewis K. Uhler

Lew is President and founder of the National Tax Limitation Committee, former Tax/Budget Advisor to Ronald Reagan and Co-Founder of the BBA Task Force. Uhler has been at the forefront of the campaign for a Tax Limitation / Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution for over 40 years.

Gov. Scott Walker

Walker served as Governor of Wisconsin (2011 – 2019), Chair of the Republican Governors Association (2016 – 2017), Executive of Milwaukee County (2002 – 2010), and Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from the 14th District (1993 – 2002).

Board of Advisors

U.S. Senator Ben Campbell

Ben served as a U.S. Senator from Colorado (1993 – 2005), and as a member of the U.S. Congress from 1987 – 1993. He has long been an ardent supporter of a balanced budget amendment.

U.S. Senator Norm Coleman

Norm served as a U.S. Senator from Minnesota (2003 – 2009); Mayor of St. Paul (1994 – 2002); and Solicitor General for the state of Minnesota. Since leaving office, Senator Coleman founded the National Action Network and became Chairman of the Republican Jewish Coalition.

Adm. William Owens (Ret)

Bill served as Vice Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff; Chairman of the Board, Century Link; CEO of Nortel Networks; Pres. of Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC); Chairman and CEO of AEA Holdings Asia. He attained the rank of 4-Star Navy Admiral during a storied military career.

U.S. Comp. Gen. Dave Walker

Dave served as the U.S. Comptroller General and head of the General Accounting Office (GAO) from 1998 – 2008. Following that, he left Washington to serve as the CEO of the Peterson Foundation. Dave has dedicated the majority of his career to promoting fiscal responsibility in government.