T. William Boxx
  T. William “Bill” Boxx is Chairman and CEO of the Phillip M. McKenna Foundation, a private grant-making foundation based in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He previously worked in government affairs and corporate services for Kennametal Inc. and in social services for the state of Arkansas. In addition to serving on the board of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, he is also a founding member of its National Civic Literacy Board. At Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, he serves on the Council of Advisors of the Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics, and Government, which he helped found and is a Senior Fellow of the Center for Economics and Policy Education, which he also helped found. He has also served on Saint Vincent’s board of directors. He is a founding trustee and serves as Chairman of the Commonwealth Foundation for Public Policy Alternatives in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is on the board and is Chairman of the Education Committee of Pennsylvanians for Effective Government, also in Harrisburg. He is on the board of the Henry Salvatori Center at Claremont McKenna College in California. He has written articles and co-edited books on political and moral-cultural topics, including Public Morality, Civic Virtue, and the Problem of Modern Liberalism and Toward the Renewal of Civilization: Political Order and Culture, both published by Eerdmans. He has a bachelor of arts degree in sociology from Arkansas State University and a master of arts in theology from Saint Vincent.

He was first introduced to ISI through its journals, especially the Intercollegiate Review and Modern Age. These publications became important resources in the development of his philosophical outlook and grounding in intellectual conservatism.

ISI Journals
Christian Principles and Public Life
—Spring 1997, MA