Center for a Free Cuba
The Center for a Free Cuba (CFC) "is an independent, non-partisan institution dedicated to promoting human rights and a transition to democracy and the rule of law on the island. Established in November 1997, the Center gathers and disseminates information about Cuba and Cubans to the media, NGOs, and the international community. The Center also assists the people of Cuba through its information outreach and humanitarian programs on the island. The Center has received a 501(c)(3) exemption from the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions to the Center are tax deductible." 
Accessed August 2007: 
- Executive Director - Frank Calzon
- Manuel J. Cutillas, Mr. Filiberto Agusti, Esq., Ambassador Everett Briggs, Mr. Nestor Carbonell, Ms. Beatriz Casals, Mrs. Anita Winsor Edwards, Mr. Jeronimo Esteve-Abril, Mr. Nicolas Estrella, Mr. Richard J. Fernandez, Mr. Guillermo Marmol, Mr. Raul Masvidal, Mr. Richard O'Connell, Dr. Susan Kaufman Purcell, Ambassador Jose Sorzano.
- Luis E. Aguilar (Georgetown University) * Sergio Diaz-Briquets (Casals and Associates) * Georges Fauriol (Center for Strategic and International Studies) * Mark Falcoff (American Enterprise Institute) * Edward Gonzalez (RAND) * Irving Louis Horowitz (Rutgers University) * Enrico Mario Santí (University of Kentucky, Lexington) * Eusebio Mujal-Leon (Georgetown University) * Jaime Suchlicki (University of Miami)