Helen E. Krieble
Helen Krieble is the founder and president of The Vernon K. Krieble Foundation, a private foundation dedicated to public policy and America’s founding principles. Much of her energy and focus is with organizations working to support free enterprise and entrepreneurship nationally and internationally.
Ms. Krieble is a noted leader in the national debate on immigration and is the architect of the increasingly familiar “Red Card Solution”. She is the author of “Two Paths to Safety: A Private Sector Initiative to Break the Illegal Immigration Deadlock.” Ms. Krieble has become a highly sought-after speaker on the issue, including appearing at issue forums in both Houses of Congress, the prestigious Heritage Lecture, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Institute of the Americas and testimony before a U.S. Senate Committee. Her creative and practical approach to the immigration issue has also been widely covered by the news media, including Fox News, CNBC Dateline Washington, the Wall Street Journal, and the National Journal.
Ms. Krieble holds a B.A. (cum laude) from Harvard-Radcliffe and a M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, in addition to post-graduate work at John Hopkins. Raised in Connecticut, she is a renowned art historian and has developed nationally recognized art lectures, exhibits and workshops. She was an Assistant Professor of Art History at Hartford College for Women, served as CEO of three major art galleries, and served on numerous boards and commissions, including the Denver Art Museum, Radio America, and the Free Congress Foundation. She is also a founding board member of the Leadership Program of the Rockies, one of the most highly acclaimed and successful political leadership training programs in the country.