Kerri (Houston) Toloczko is a public policy analyst and expert in coalition management. Her responsibilities have included all facets of marketing, policy research and issue advocacy for conservative think tanks and free market policy centers in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
Mrs. Toloczko has worked with Institute for Policy Innovation, State Policy Network, American Conservative Union, Institute for Liberty and was Senior Policy Director for Florida Governor Rick Scott’s Conservatives for Patients’ Rights. She previously served as Senior Vice President for Policy at Frontiers of Freedom and is now a Senior Fellow for the organization.
She was appointed by former House Speaker Dennis Hastert as a Commission to the US-China Economic Security and Review Commission and was nominated to serve of President Bush’s Commission to Strengthen Social Security.
A strong proponent of individual and economic liberty, free markets and a strong national defense, Ms. Toloczko lectures on public policy and the proper role of government and has provided testimony to Congress on a number of topics. A widely published opinion writer, her opeds have appeared in numerous publications throughout the country. She is a regular guest on talk radio nationwide, and has provided commentary on all the national news networks.
Kerri Toloczko is a senior fellow at Frontiers of Freedom, a public policy institute dedicated to promoting individual freedom, limited government and free enterprise. She is also a Senior Fellow with Let Freedom Ring, a non-profit public policy organization committed to promoting Constitutional government, free enterprise and traditional values.
The Senates bipartisan Local Choice reform proposal is a critical first step in returning fairness and competition to providers while lowering costs for TV viewers.
Like all mergers, the proposed $45.2 billion Comcast merger with Time Warner Cable—the largest and second largest cable providers in the nation—has its advocates and critics. There are certainly important questions about what impact the merger would have on consumers—but there are equally significant issues associated with the highly politicized approval process.