Frayda Levin is co-founder of the Moving Picture Institute and chair of Americans for Prosperity (AFP), which trains conservative grass roots activists on how to lobby their legislators. She also co-founded the New Jersey chapter of AFP. Ms. Levin owned and managed a book distribution business for 18 years. After selling her business, she co-founded Moving Picture Institute which promotes liberty through film. Ms. Levin is a member of several boards including the Club for Growth and the American Private Radio. Ms. Levin began her working career as Legislative Aide on Capitol Hill and then in the Reagan Bush Administration. Ms. Levin earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut and an MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia.