As Senior Vice President, Craig Parshall oversees the communications and media efforts of his organization, the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). As General Counsel of NRB, Craig heads the Office of General Counsel dealing with the legal and constitutional issues that implicate NRB's mission to maximize First Amendment freedoms for Christian communicators. Prior to coming to NRB, Mr. Parshall's law practice emphasized on constitutional rights and civil liberties. He has been licensed to practice law in, and has represented clients before the U.S. Supreme Court, and numerous federal District Courts and federal Courts of Appeal across the nation. He has also argued constitutional cases before several state supreme courts. Mr. Parshall has assisted leaders on Capitol Hill in drafting legislative language protecting religious liberties, and he has testified before both houses of Congress on constitutional issues numerous times, and before the Federal Communications Commission. Craig heads NRB's John Milton Project for Religious Free Speech, a unique attempt to protect the Free Speech interests of Christian communicators and other responsible citizen users from censorship on Internet platforms like Apple, Google and Facebook, while also respecting the free market rights of those new media companies. Craig has appeared on numerous national media outlets, including NBC's Today Show, FOX News, CNN, CBS radio, C-Span, PBS, NPR and Court TV. His legal work has received mention in the New York Times, Washington Post, Washington Times, Boston Globe, National Law Journal, the Chicago Tribune, and the L.A. Times, among numerous others. Mr. Parshall is a New York Times best-selling fiction writer, and he has authored nine suspense novels, in addition to other books. He is married to nationally syndicated radio talk show host Janet Parshall.