Board of Directors

Stephen Beale

Stephen Beale graduated from Brown University with a degree in classics and history in 2004. For the past three years he has covered presidential politics, crime, education, and local news for the New Hampshire Union Leader. His work has also been published on,, and The Providence Journal, and has been a guest on C-SPAN and The Today Show. While at Brown, Stephen founded The Brown Spectator and wrote for The Brown Daily Herald. He was also a member of the Brown Debating Union, College Republicans, Students for Academic Freedom, and Students for Liberty. He was born in Grove City, Pennsylvania and raised in Topsfield, Massachusetts.

Christopher McAuliffe
Christopher McAuliffe, a native of Miami, Florida, is currently a senior political science concentrator at Brown University. He is the editor-in-chief for The Brown Spectator, an op-ed writer for The Brown Daily Herald, and has served as president of College Republicans, and vice-president of Students for Liberty. He is also a producer and co-host for Rule Free Radio in Providence.

Eric Neuman
Eric Neuman is a native Texan who graduated from Brown University with a degree in mathematics and mathematical economics. While at Brown, he founded Students for Liberty, a non-partisan, small-government student group. He was also a founding editor of The Brown Spectator and a member of the Senior Class Gift Committee for Brown’s Annual Fund. After Brown, he attended the University of Texas School of Law, where he was President of the Texas Law Republicans and Editor in Chief of the Texas Review of Law & Politics. He has been a member of the Federalist Society since the summer of 2005, and is currently an Officer in the United States Marine Corps.

Travis Rowley

Travis Rowley is a local Rhode Islander, attended Bishop Hendricken High School, and graduated from Brown University in 2002. While at Brown he was the captain of the football team, and a columnist for The Brown Daily Herald. After his graduation he authored the book Out of Ivy, a student memoir that focuses on Brown University’s political atmosphere. Travis’ writings also frequent the pages of the Providence Journal and Currently residing in Providence,  he is the chairman of the RI Young Republicans, a business owner, and an independent financial planner.