Roger Ream (born November 12, 1954) is a conservative activist who has been involved in a variety of conservative think tanks and foundations including the Fund for American Studies, Citizens for a Sound Economy.
Ream received his B.A. from Vanderbilt University. A native of Wisconsin, he is married and has three daughters.
In 1991, Ream joined The Fund for American Studies as executive vice president and was named president and chief operating officer in 1998. Prior to joining TFAS, Ream was a founding staff member and vice president at Citizens for a Sound Economy, an economic policy organization in Washington, D.C. He has also served as special assistant to two members of Congress and on the senior staff of the Foundation for Economic Education.
Ream was a founding member of the Frank S. Meyer Society and currently serves as its secretary. He also serves on the boards of the Foundation for Economic Education, the U.S. Air Force Academy Foundation and the International Freedom Educational Foundation. He is past president of the Philadelphia Society and a member of the advisory board of America’s Future Foundation and Talent Market.
- The Fund for American Studies Roger R. Ream, President, accessed 27 August 2013.