Meet the Staff
Robert Vandervoort, Executive Director
Robert Vandervoort has a wide variety of campaign and legislative experience at both the federal and state level. He has worked on Capitol Hill and at the Maryland State Legislature in Annapolis.
Prior to ProEnglish, he worked for a political consulting firm in Virginia. He has a law degree from DePaul University and a BA in History and International Relations from Boston University.
As Executive Director, Robert manages the ongoing projects of ProEnglish and its publicity. He is originally from Illinois and now lives in Washington, DC.
Suzanne Bibby, Director of Government Relations
Suzanne graduated from Boston University in 2005 with a B.S. in Political Science and a minor in Biology. Previously, Suzanne served as Legislative Director of Eagle Forum in Washington, DC where she handled a variety of issues including official English, immigration, and national sovereignty. During her college years, she interned in the press office of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in downtown Boston, MA. Suzanne has volunteered for a number of political campaigns including Scott Brown for U.S. Senate. She even drove a press van in former President George W. Bush’s presidential motorcade while he stumped for former PA Senator Rick Santorum!
As the Director of Government Relations, Suzanne oversees all of the public policy action on issues related to the English language on the federal, state, and local level.
Suzanne is a native of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, a suburb just outside of Philadelphia and she currently resides in Arlington, VA.
Peter J. Lee, Website and Social Media Manager
Peter is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College with a Bachelors Degree in Government. Prior to coming onboard with ProEnglish, Peter worked for the Capital Research Center in Washington, DC. He previously interned at both the Leadership Institute and the Charles G. Koch Foundation.
As Website and Social Media Manager for ProEnglish, Peter focuses on new media platforms, maintaining and developing the ProEnglish website, and growing the network of official English advocates.
Peter is originally from Wading River, NY and now resides in Arlington, VA.
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