Lindsay Young Craig is the president of National Review Institute, the nonprofit William F. Buckley Jr. founded in 1991 to complement the efforts of the magazine and promote the ideals of a free society he championed. Prior to joining NRI in August of 2013, Ms. Craig spent 16 years at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, one of the country’s leading domestic-policy think tanks. As vice president of communications and marketing, she oversaw the development of the public-relations department, social-media and web development, and strategic marketing. In addition to her communications department duties, Ms. Craig spearheaded numerous other Manhattan Institute projects — leading special initiatives, organizing major conferences, and overseeing MI’s internship program. In 2007, she launched MI’s Young Leaders Circle, a monthly forum for young professionals in the New York metropolitan area who are concerned about free-market ideas and public policy. Ms. Craig has worked with policy organizations and policy makers around the country creating partnerships, organizing events, serving on advisory boards, and speaking at conferences. Ms. Craig earned a bachelor’s degree from New York University.