Kyle Griesinger is a media manager with Pacific Legal Foundation. He works with media across the country to promote PLF’s mission and tell the stories of Americans affected by government overreach. He works mostly with PLF’s separation of powers practice.
Passionate about fostering a civic culture where people are free to make the lives they want to live, he believes the greatest obstacle to that culture is meddling from overzealous government actors. He maintains that the separation of powers is the keystone of the American constitutional system and that if it is eroded, the democratic structure is likely to collapse.
Kyle graduated from Liberty University, where he focused on economic liberty and policy, with a degree in government and a minor in history. Prior to joining PLF, he worked as an account executive for a boutique public relations firm and as a government relations professional with a market-oriented think tank.
He was born and raised in the great state of Texas and lived there until college. He and his wife Savannah now call Arlington, Virginia, home.
In his free time, you’ll most likely find him catching a movie at the theater or stalking the display cases at the local retro video game store. Unless it’s football season, in which case you’ll find him in Lynchburg, Virginia, cheering on his Liberty Flames. He also enjoys tinkering with electronics, spending time outdoors, collecting whiskey, and playing softball.