Robert Enlow
President and CEO


  • Charter schools
  • School choice
  • School finance and spending
  • School reform

Robert Enlow was named president and CEO of the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, an organization dedicated to promoting universal school choice, in January 2009. He joined the Friedman Foundation when it first opened in 1996, serving as fundraiser, projects coordinator and vice president before being named executive director and chief operating officer in 2007. He has appeared on Fox News and CNBC, among other news outlets, promoting Milton Friedman’s vision of free markets in education. In addition, Enlow sits on a number of boards including the Indiana Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the Economic Club of Indiana, School Choice Ohio, Network for Quality Education, and Institute for Quality Education. Before joining the Friedman Foundation, he worked as a voluntary sector social worker in England. From 1990 to 1992, Enlow attended Oxford University, where he worked on a post-graduate degree in theology. He received his bachelor’s degree from Seattle Pacific University.