Angela serves Pacific Legal Foundation by directing its strategic research initiative. Through high-quality social science research, the strategic research team provides new insights into the problems PLF’s cases address and helps inform opinion leaders, the press, and the general public.
Before joining PLF, Angela helped vindicate individual liberty by working with several national and state-based organizations to answer questions about important policy issues.
She was previously a senior research analyst at the Institute for Justice where she conducted original social science research on property rights, economic liberty, and school choice issues. Her work has been cited by the U.S. Supreme Court, the White House, Good Morning America, and The Washington Post.
Originally from East Troy, Wisconsin, Angela received her Master of Public Policy from the University of Chicago and earned her undergraduate degree from Beloit College. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with her mellifluous husband, Caleb, and their two children, Coraline and Cyrus. In her spare time, Angela seeks personal liberty through yoga and hiking in nature.
Over the course of 17 years, the Food and Drug Administration issued 25 federal rules that each cost Americans potentially $100 million or more. That's the alarming finding of research I released this month through the Pacific Legal Foundation cataloging the lack of democratic accountability within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) ...