Emile A. Doak

Senior Development Associate

Emile A. Doak, senior development associate, coordinates The American Conservative’s fundraising efforts.  He is a graduate of Georgetown University, where he studied political philosophy and theology.  Prior to joining TAC, Emile worked in education, teaching and managing college preparation courses for high school students.  He and his wife reside in their hometown of Herndon, Virginia.

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You Can’t Separate Politics and Theology

Sohrab Ahmari was right about that much. Those who try are only furthering an old consensus that's withering away.
Emile A. Doak September 10, 2019

America Isn’t an Idea

It's a place with unique customs that people are proud of. Why do country singers get this but so many scholars don't?
Emile A. Doak May 23, 2018

Fashioning a Post-Fusionist Christian Politics

As the traditional conservative coalition unravels, the faithful must provide a better way. A recent AEI panel discussed the possibilities.
Emile A. Doak February 22, 2018

Finding Meaning in Forgotten America

One photographer travels to Trump Country and explores the divisions we don't always even know are there.
Emile A. Doak November 27, 2017

What to Do When Suburbia is Your ‘Hometown’

Postwar development patterns have pitted the ideals of permanence and place against each other.
Emile A. Doak November 17, 2017

Religious Liberty Could be Big Loser in Wedding Cake Challenge

Identity rights are slowly pushing religious beliefs outside Constitutional limits.
Emile A. Doak September 14, 2017

Casting New Light on Sexual Exploitation of Men and Boys

What is the role of our pornography-obsessed culture?
Emile A. Doak September 12, 2017

Flood of Politics Pollutes Harvey Coverage

Linda Sarsour’s fundraising scheme shows partisan underbelly of disaster response.
Emile A. Doak August 31, 2017