Board of Directors

Major General Josiah Bunting III was educated at Virginia Military Academy and Oxford University, and served in the United States Army for six years. He went on to teach history and social sciences at the United States Military Academy, and he served as president of Briarcliff College and Hampden-Sydney College, headmaster of The Lawrenceville School, and Superintendent of VMI. Among his published books are works of both fiction and non-fiction, including highly-acclaimed novels and a book about an ideal college, An Education for Our Time, published by Regnery Press.

Mrs. Anna Freska has practiced law in the United States and Hungary for over twenty years. A native English, Polish, and German speaker, she has also taught in Switzerland, China, and Japan in addition to serving on the boards of numerous nonprofit organizations. She lives with her family in Great Falls.

Mr. Paul Lagarde is a lawyer with over seventeen years of experience and serves as the COO and General Counsel for CLD Partners, a software development company that specializes in business technology. He and his wife have five children and live in Winchester.

Mr. Thomas Lagarde is General Manager and Vice President of Sales at the software development company CLD Partners. He and his wife live in Linden with their five children.

Mr. Douglas McCarthy is a lawyer with over 15 years of experience and is the founding Partner and CEO of the law firm of McCarthy & Akers, PLC. Doug serves on the boards of numerous profit and non-profit companies, including the Board of Directors of Lord Fairfax Community College and the Board of iVerbum, Inc., the creator of the iPieta app, one of the highest rated and most downloaded Catholic apps for iPhone and Android. He was elected to the Frederick County Board of Supervisors in 2017 and operates Aisling Hill Farm, LLC, an organic farm that has been in Doug’s family for more than 150 years. Doug lives with his wife Megan and their ten children north of Winchester in Frederick County.

Mr. Alfred Regnery served as the publisher of The American Spectator and the President of Regnery Publishing, a distinguished press founded by his father in 1947. He also worked in the Reagan administration and served as legal counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee. He and his wife reside in Rappahannock County.

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