Steven F. Freeman, Director, Principal Investigator, is an award winning scholar, the recipient of six major national research awards, both for substantive findings and methodology. He frequently conducts management courses for private and public sector leaders and faculty workshops on research methods. Since 2000, he has served in a variety of academic posistions at the University of Pennsylvania; since 2003 with the Graduate Program of Organizational Dynamics in the School of Arts and Sciences. He has also taught on the faculty at the Wharton School, the Universidad de San Andreas in Argentina and the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE).
Since 2004, he has been a leader in exposing vulnerabilities of US election processes and fraud in the recent US elections. His election research has won an award from Project Censored as one of the three most important "censored" stories of 2005. He is the author of, with Joel Bleifuss, Was the 2004 Presidential Election Stolen? Exit Polls, Election Fraud, and the Official Count. (New York: Seven Stories Press 2006). Steve holds a Ph.D. from MIT's Sloan School of Management and an M.S. in Social System Science from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. See his C.V. for detailed information.