Brian S. Brown is the President of the National Organization for Marriage.
Prior to co-founding NOM in 2007, Brown served as executive director of the Family Institute of Connecticut. During the five years he was with the Family Institute, he developed it into one of the largest statewide pro-family organizations in the Northeast.
Brown is also the founder and Chairman of ActRight.com, a clearinghouse for conservative action which has helped raise over $7 million from grassroots activists to support conservative causes and candidates.
Brown is a C. Phil. at UCLA in American History, earned his B.A./M.A. in Modern History at Oxford University, and received his B.A. in History from Whittier College. He and his wife Susan have eight young children.
“Marriage is the fundamental unit of the political order”
U.S. District Judge Juan Pérez-Giménez handed down a ruling in a case upholding Puerto Rico’s law defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.