The Foundation’s leadership team, Robert R. Matheson and P. Gray Delany, have been actively involved in politics, policy development, fundraising and business for over two decades. Together with the Foundation’s board and advisory committees, they will leverage existing relationships with influencers currently engaged in grassroots efforts advocating for and defending traditional American values. The Foundation attracts and enlists powerful voices and successful Americans for the execution of our mission.

P. Gray Delany

Gray Delany was one of only two paid staffers on Dave Brat’s historic 2014 upset of Majority Leader Eric Cantor. That experience left him with a unique grasp of how to leverage minimum resources into maximum results.

Mr. Delany is also a partner in Calamo Press, a publishing company dedicated to publishing books that tell the truth in the face of the establishment’s determination to control the narrative. He is co-author of the book on the campaign titled How to Bag a RINO

In all endeavors, Mr. Delany works to preserve America’s founding principles and expose the corrupt ruling class for who they are. He possesses very meaningful relationships and is considered by all to be sincere and capable of following through. Friendship and mentorship focused.

Mr. Delany resides in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Email: gdelany@fftar.org

Robert R. Matheson

Robert Matheson is the President of RRMATHESON, LLC (“RRM”), a holding company and consulting firm focusing on projects that are consumer facing products and services.

Additionally, Mr. Matheson is a partner in Calamo Press, plus multiple other ventures. Mr. Matheson is committed to protecting the nation’s founding principles, including American Exceptionalism and the Bill of Rights. His drive is infectious and his passion palpable for the foundation.

Matheson’s expertise in branding and marketing, as well as his extensive contacts in media and business, offer unique opportunities for the foundation.

Mr. Matheson is a resident of Palm Beach, Florida, but travels extensively between Florida, Rhode Island, New York, Virginia and around the world.

Email: matheson@fftar.org