Meet NRA’s New President
The face of the NRA has changed from “Moses” to that of a lawyer — a shift particularly appropriate for our times. Sandra S. Froman was sworn in as the gun group’s president in April, taking the chair once held by Charlton Heston, probably the NRA’s best-known president. But she takes over most recently for Kayne Robinson, who has served since 2003. Her term is expected to last two years.
Froman, 55, who earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford and a law degree from Harvard, is a business and employment litigator in Tucson. She’s been on the NRA board since 1992 and was encouraged to run for the board by Bob Corbin, former attorney gener...