A dozen of America’s most prominent thought leaders have been named as members of a new National Advisory Committee for Two Paths America, helping to promote center-right solutions to some of the major issues facing our nation. Two Paths America is an organization created to promote reasonable and proven solutions to America’s challenges.

Members include:

John Kasich, former governor of Ohio

Tom Davis, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Virginia)

Charlie Dent, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Pennsylvania)

Jennifer Horn, former chair of the New Hampshire Republican Party

Bob Inglis, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (South Carolina)

Bill Kristol, former editor-at-large of the Weekly Standard

Steve Luczo, chairman of Seagate Technology

Chad Mayes, member of the California State Assembly

Tom Rath, former attorney general of New Hampshire

Arnold Schwarzenegger, former governor of California

Rick Snyder, former governor of Michigan

Christine Todd Whitman, former governor of New Jersey

“After the midterm elections, and a lack of innovative policy ideas coming out of Washington, it’s become increasingly clear that we need to design center-right solutions on issues that will improve the lives of Americans,” said Jo Ann Davidson, former speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives and member of the board of Two Paths America. “America is hungry for some conservative ideas and these respected thought leaders are determined to help find some new and innovative ideas.”