08 Feb 2000 Candace Crandall Named Adjunct Fellow at The National Center for Public Policy Research; Research to Focus on Women in Business
Candace C. Crandall has been named Adjunct Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research in Washington, D.C., where she will work on cultural, demographic, and consumer issues related to women in business.
Prior to joining The National Center, Ms. Crandall spent a decade as policy analyst and executive director with The Science & Environmental Policy Project, where she specialized in health risk issues, climate change, and environmental politics. For three years, she served as communications director with The Center for Strategic & International Studies, edited promotional publications for Washington embassies, and has acted as a media consultant to universities, think tanks and other non-profits in the Washington, D.C. area.
A prolific writer, Ms. Crandall has published more than 200 articles, editorials and book reviews on scientific research and public policy topics. Her work has appeared in U.S. newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Washington Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, and Orange County Register; in magazines such as The Women’s Quarterly, American Outlook, Capitalism, Northern Virginian, The World & I, Research Resources Reporter (NIH), and Consumer’s Research; and in foreign publications such as Samsung Quarterly (South Korea), El Mundo (Bolivia), La Tribuna (Nicaragua), El Diario de Hoy (El Salvador), Gestion (Peru), and El Panama America (Panama). She edited and produced the monograph The Scientific Case Against the Global Climate Treaty (SEPP 1997); coauthored "Transportation Needs of a Greying America," published in Energy Costs and the Elderly: The Next Twenty Years (U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, 1985); and contributed to the 1987, 1988, and 1989 editions of the Media Guide, edited by economist Jude Wanniski. Her articles have been frequently cited in secondary publications, including the journal First Things and in Judge Robert Bork’s book Slouching Towards Gomorrah.
Ms. Crandall has been an invited speaker with American University’s "Semester in Washington Program," has participated in panel discussions in New York City organized for the editors of New York-based women’s magazines, and has been frequently interviewed on talk radio. She is now working on a book on how women executives can promote their careers within the corporate environment.
Ms. Crandall can be reached by telephone at (703) 503-5064 or via e-mail at [email protected].
The National Center for Public Policy Research is a non-partisan, non-profit education foundation dedicated to developing free market solutions to 21st century public policy problems. For more information, contact John Carlisle at The National Center For Public Policy Research at 202-507-6398×107 or [email protected].