Greg Sindelar

Greg Sindelar is the Chief Executive Officer of the Texas Public Policy Foundation. He joined the Foundation in August of 2007, having served as the Director of Operations, Chief Operating Officer, and Executive Director, managing the Foundation’s incredible growth averaging more than 25% per year, while overseeing policy, the opening of the Washington D.C. office and implementation of new strategies before his promotion to CEO in 2021. In his current role, Greg is responsible for overseeing TPPF’s policy, communication, development, and engagement efforts.

Greg also oversaw the acquisition, financing, and development of the Foundation’s new headquarters at 901 Congress Avenue. The six-story, nearly 41,000 square feet building has quickly become the epicenter for liberty in Texas.

Prior to joining the Foundation, he began his career with GEICO Insurance in Dallas and Washington. He’s a graduate from Texas A&M University with a BBA in Finance. Greg grew up in the Dallas–Fort Worth area and attended Colleyville Heritage High School.

He now lives in Austin with his wife, two daughters, and black lab. In his free time, he serves as a board member for America First Works.

K-12 Education

Texas State Board of Education Should Give TEKS Draft a Failing Grade

UPDATE: From TheTexan.News: “State Board of Education Votes to Scrap Proposed Social Studies Standards Drafts Amid Allegations of CRT.” When we see statistics showing that almost half of younger Americans prefer socialism to capitalism, you have to wonder how they became so delusional and unaware of the opportunities and quality of life that the free enterprise system has brought to so many...

August 30, 2022