Student Fellows Alumni

Since 2006, the Institute has awarded stipends to many talented students to serve as student fellows. Mentoring and making employment and graduate school connections for its student fellows, the Institute helps prepare promising young leaders to succeed in diverse careers. Please see below for the outstanding accomplishments of our former Student Fellows.

Stephen Albert ’08 | CVV Fellow 2006-08. Major: Political Science. Stephen was born and raised in Harrisburg, Pa. He graduated in 2008 with a degree in political science and a minor in economics. He was a 2008-09 Koch Associate and worked at the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation. At the completion of the program, Stephen decided that he wanted to fight for liberty in a different way. He entered the United States Air Force and commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in 2009. In 2013, Stephen completed his M.A. in Intelligence Studies through American Military University where he authored his thesis on the use of cyber capabilities in future military operations. Stephen is currently serving on Active Duty and lives in Maryland with his wife, Ashley, and their daughters, Madelyn and Eliza.

Celeste Anderson ’18 | CVV Fellow 2016-18. Major: Political Science. Celeste is originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan. She currently works at the Jack Kemp Foundation as the programs coordinator and at the Empower America Project as the director of operations. In both positions, she works to advance the American Idea. Celeste resides in Arlington, VA where she teaches Sunday School in the three-year old class at Cherrydale Baptist Church.

Joshua Barham ’19 IFF Fellow: 2017-2019. Major: Economics.

Connor Baer ’13 | CVV Fellow 2012-13. Major: Political Science. Connor graduated with a degree in political science and a minor in legal studies. He is completing his juris doctorate at William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Va. While at Grove City, Connor was involved with the Journal of Law & Public Policy, the College’s debate team, intramural sports, Alpha Epsilon Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Mortarboard. At William & Mary, Connor is an active member of the moot court and alternative dispute resolution teams. He also serves as Lead Articles Editor for the William & Mary Law Review. Connor interned with the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and worked as a summer associate for K&L Gates in Pittsburgh.

Dayne Batten ’11 | CVV Fellow 2010-11. Major: Sociology. After graduating from Grove City College, Dayne earned his Master of Public Administration at UNC-Chapel Hill, authoring his thesis on the relationship between qualitative and quantitative measures of teacher performance. He went on to work as a workforce and education data analyst for the North Carolina Department of Commerce, where he conducted significant research on the employment status and salaries of graduates from North Carolina’s public universities and community colleges. While there, he also headed up the development of NC TOWER (, a nationally-recognized online tool that reports salary data for higher education degrees in North Carolina. He’s currently employed as a Data Scientist at Republic Wireless, where he churns through customer data to provide insights and recommendations to executive staff. He’s excited about finding ways to unlock more value for customers and continuing to revolutionize the wireless industry.

Drew Benson ’08 | CVV Fellow 2006-08. Major: Economics. Andrew Benson was born and raised in Indianapolis, Ind. In 2008 he graduated with a degree in economics and a minor in political science. After graduation he moved to San Jose, Calif., where he obtained his master’s degree in economics at San Jose State University. He is a financial advisor in northern Massachusetts, specializing in retirement planning and wealth management. Drew and his wife Rebecca (’09) live in southern New Hampshire with their two children. In his free time, Drew enjoys reading an eclectic assortment of literature.

Allison Bimber ’17 | CVV Fellow 2015-17. Major: English and Political Science. Allison graduated from Grove City College with majors in English and Political Science. Following her graduation from GCC, Allison worked as Events and Communications Coordinator for the Institute of World Politics, a graduate school of national security and international affairs in Washington, D.C. Currently, she works for the Department of Homeland Security.

Andrew H. Brackbill, Jr. ’16 | CVV Fellow: 2014-2016. Major: Political Science. At Grove City College, Andrew served as co-captain of the debate team and was Chaplain of the Adelphikos fraternity. As a Student Fellow with The Center for Vision & Values, he served for two years as a research assistant to Dr. Paul Kengor. After graduating, Andrew continued to leverage his research and writing talents for the policy team at the Charles Koch Institute, where he participated in the year-long Koch Associates Program (KAP) in 2016-2017. After finishing his term as a Koch Associate, Andrew worked in nonprofit development before moving into the business services industry. He now works as an Associate Account Executive at the Kellen Company, an international trade association management company. He represents clients across the building products industry, from roofing materials companies to composite lumber manufacturers. He and his wife are expecting their first child in November 2019.

Carrie (Brown) Tucker ’11 | CVV Fellow 2010-2011. Major: Political Science. Carrie is from Philadelphia, Pa. and now resides in Washington, DC. While at Grove City, Carrie was the Student Government Association executive vice president of student affairs and was involved in the Theta Alpha Pi Sorority and the Law Society. Carrie gained a love for politics at a young age from her family. She grew up spending time at family events with local state politicians and this experience sparked her passion for campaigning. She currently serves as one of the Deputy Political Directors for the Republican National Committee. Carrie served as the RNC National Field Director for the 2018 election cycle. She was the RNC State Director in North Carolina during the successful 2016 election cycle re-electing U.S. Senator Richard Burr and winning the state for President Donald Trump. Prior to 2016, she was the RNC’s Deputy State Director in North Carolina that saw now-Sen. Thom Tillis defeat incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan. Carrie has worked on targeted congressional and statewide races in Idaho and Pennsylvania and provided strategic consulting services to campaigns at all levels.

Ryan Brown ’16 | CVV Fellow 2014-16. Major: Mathematics and Economics. Ryan graduated from Grove City College with a major in mathematics and economics. Ryan was born in Maryland but now considers California his home state.

Brianna Buczkowski ’16 | CVV Fellow 2015-16. Major: Political Science and Communications. Upon graduating from Grove City College with a double major in political science and communications in May 2016, Brianna went to work at Cold Spark Media, a political consulting and advertising agency in Pittsburgh, PA.  At Cold Spark, Brianna manages a portfolio of the firm’s clients, overseeing media production, buying, and communications for various projects.  While at Grove City, Brianna was a member of the Gamma Sigma Phi sorority, active in Student Government and the college’s radio station, WSAJ, started the college’s chapter of a national group for Conservative women, and wrote for The Collegian, among other things.  During college, Brianna interned with the National Journalism Center where she wrote for Red Alert Politics and continues to today as well as several other sites.

Matthew Campbell ’07 | CVV Fellow 2006-07. Major: Accounting. A 2007 graduate, Matthew Campbell was a fellow of the first Center for Vision & Values class. After graduating with an accounting degree, Matthew moved to Greenville, S.C., and soon after married his college sweetheart, Katy. He currently is the controller at Interkraft SC LLC. Matthew is active in his church by helping with the youth choir club and referees soccer in his spare time.

Ariella Carter ’18 | CVV Fellow 2016-18. Major: Entrepreneurship. Ariella was actively involved in her department as the a student assistant for the Center of Entrepreneurship and Innovation doing design work, marketing and photography for the Center. She was also a TA for Professor George Howley. Ariella is also the VP of the GCC Campus chapter of International Justice Mission and holds leadership roles within Photography Society and IMPACT (Outdoor Education Program at Grove City). During the summer of 2017 Ariella worked as an administrative assistant at Beckett Gas Inc. in Ohio. This past summer she also spent a month in Turin, Italy participating in the European Innovation Academy – the world’s largest extreme Entrepreneurship program. In her free time Ariella loves to spend time outdoors climbing and backpacking. Ariella is passionate about creating positive change in the world and culture through business and entrepreneurship.

Lorenzo Carrazana ’19 IFF Fellow: 2018-2019. Major: Political Science and Economics. Lorenzo Carrazana graduated from Grove City College in 2019 with degrees in Political Science and Economics with a minor in National Security Studies. While at Grove City, Lorenzo was the James A. West Student Fellow with the Institute for Faith & Freedom. On campus he was the co-chair of the American Enterprise Institute Student Executive Council, a teaching assistant in the economics department, and secretary of the Delta Rho Sigma men’s housing group. His chief academic interests are in the intersection between political theory, economics, and law. After graduation, Lorenzo began working as a legal analyst at the Arizona Attorney General’s office. He is a Fall 2019 fellow with the John Jay Institute. In the Fall of 2020, he plans to attend law school and pursue a legal career that focuses on promoting a free society. In his free time, Lorenzo enjoys reading, good conversation, playing guitar, sports, and spending quality time with friends and family in his hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia.

Julie (Fox) Chittock ’08 | CVV Fellow 2007-08. Major: Accounting. Julie grew up near Washington D.C. In 2008, she graduated with a degree in accounting and accepted a position with PricewaterhouseCoopers. Julie works in their Pittsburgh office, where she does mergers and acquisitions and international tax work as a licensed CPA. In January 2012, Julie married Andrew Chittock, also a GCC graduate. When she is not working, Julie enjoys exploring Pittsburgh with her husband and son and catching up with GCC friends.

Chadwyck Cobb ’14 | CVV Fellow 2013-14. Major: Entrepreneurship. A native of New York City, Chadwyck has a passion for startups. A former marketing fellow for the Center, he started two businesses following graduation before eventually managing operations at He was heavily invested in the Entrepreneurship department and is still always ready to offer feedback on a business plan or pitch. He currently leads a team at Atlantis – a healthcare education startup based out of Washington, DC. When not working or helping other startups, he enjoys reading, travel, board games, hosting friends, and learning new hobbies.

Chesterton Cobb ’15 | CVV Fellow 2013-15. Major: Economics and Political Science. Chesterton and his wife, Zoë (’14), currently work in international education. He has been to 70 countries and counting. He has worked for the Atlantis Fellowships and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and interned at the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University, Bryan Cave LLP, and the Foundation for Economic Education. At Grove City, among other things, Chesterton was involved with the Student Government Association, Journal of Law & Public Policy, the debate team, studied abroad at the London School of Economics & Political Science, and was named both Senior Man of the Year and the student commencement speaker. Chesterton loves truth, goodness, beauty, people, travel, and food.

Hope Cooksey ’19 IFF Fellow: 2018-2019. Major: Marketing Management. Hope graduated in May of 2019 with a degree in Marketing Management and is thrilled to be moving to Arlington, VA to work for Atlantis as an Admissions Coordinator. At Atlantis, she will strive to assist the company to the best of her ability in innovating healthcare education through recruiting and interviewing future fellows.

Elizabeth (Huff) Coopersmith ’13 | CVV Fellow 2012-13. Major: Psychology, Religion. Graduating in May 2013 with a double major in psychology and religion, Betsy, a native of Northeast Ohio, has interned with the Heritage Foundation. While at Grove City College, Betsy served as the senior chair of Parents’ Weekend Committee and was an active member of the Alpha Beta Tau sorority where she served as social chair. Her experience with The Center for Vision & Values allowed her to combine her event planning skills and love of research with her passion for public policy. She is particularly interested in issues pertaining to marriage, family, religion and citizenship. Betsy is an event associate at the Association for American Innovation

Arielle (Boyle) Corrin ’12 | CVV Fellow 2011-12. Major: Psychology. A native of Harrisburg, Arielle returned to central Pennsylvania after graduation to work at Boyle Litigation as a legal assistant and aid to the firm’s global marketing efforts. In 2013, she married Lieutenant James Corrin, USN and moved to Whidbey Island, WA to support his career as an EA-18G pilot. After working for four years as a Program Director for Harbor Tower Village (a subsidiary of Village Concepts Inc.), Arielle again moved with her husband to his next duty station in Fallon, NV. The two welcomed their first child, Helaina Grace Corrin, in March of 2018 and are expecting their second in November of 2019. While at Grove City, Arielle was involved in an array of extracurricular activities, including Homecoming Executive Committee, iLead Core, Crimson and White Society, Relay for Life and Pan-Hellenic Council. Arielle was also an active member of the Sigma Theta Chi sorority, where she held the position of vice president.

Elijah Coryell ’16 | CVV Fellow 2014-16. Major: Philosophy. Elijah graduated from Grove City College with a degree in philosophy and minors in both economics and legal studies. This past summer, Elijah interned in Washington, D.C. with The Heritage Foundation in their Center for Legal & Judicial Studies. His research focused on current issues with freedom of expression and property rights reform.

Matt Costlow ’10 | CVV Fellow 2009-10. Major: Political Science, History. Matt completed his master’s degree in defense and strategic studies at Missouri State University in 2012. He is now pursuing his PhD in Political Science at George Mason University. He is an analyst at the National Institute for Public Policy in Fairfax, Va., researching arms control, nuclear policy and international security. His work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, The National Interest, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, and Defense News. While a Center for Vision & Values student fellow, Matt worked with Dr. Paul Kengor on a variety of projects.

Rebecca Dagg ’11 | CVV Fellow 2010-11. Major: Political Science. Becca is currently an account manager at CEB (formerly The Corporate Executive Board) where she works with general counsel to help drive business performance. While at Grove City Becca served as the Sigma Theta Chi sorority president and was on the College Republican’s executive board. She was actively involved in Yearbook, Homecoming Committee, Crimson Callers and intramural sports. In her spare time she can be found playing kickball, reading a good book, and enjoying all D.C. has to offer.

Niki (Straub) Dillenburg ’07 | CVV Fellow 2006-07. Major: Spanish. Niki is from Pittsburgh, Pa., and graduated in 2007. Niki majored in Spanish and during her sophomore year spent eight months studying Spanish and teaching English in southern Spain. After graduating, Niki participated in the Koch Associate Program in Washington, D.C., where she worked as the executive assistant at the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, a network and resource for international free market think tanks. After completing the Koch program, Niki moved to Pittsburgh where she began working for an accounting and non-profit consulting firm. In 2011, she accepted a role providing administrative support for the Scaife Foundations. She teaches horseback riding lessons and invests in real estate with her husband in her free time.

Danielle DiQuattro ’18 | CVV Fellow 2016-18. Major: Political Science. Danielle is living in Washington, D.C. and is working as an Associate at Baron Public Affairs where she supports business development initiatives, client accounts, recruitment, and the internship program. During her time at Grove City, she was involved in the Tri Zeta Sorority and several campus honoraries. She previously was an intern at Heritage Action and the White House’s Council of Economic Advisers.

Abby (Johnson) Dixon ’08 | CVV Fellow 2007-08. Major: Economics, Education. As a student fellow, Abby initiated a video contest to encourage the persuasive presentation of free market ideas. During the summer of 2007, she interned at the Heritage Foundation. After graduating from Grove City, Abby taught for five years at a classical Christian school in Richmond, Virginia. She and her husband Caleb have three girls. They currently homeschool and keep busy with various church ministries and lots of wonderful friends and family.

Gabrielle Etzel ’19 IFF Fellow: 2018-2019. Major: Political Science.

Brooke (Dymski) Haskell ’17 | CVV Fellow 2015-17. Major: Political Science and Communication Studies. From Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Brooke graduated from Grove City College in May of 2017 with degrees in political science and communications studies. During her time on campus, Brooke was president of the Women’s Lacrosse Team, Marketing Fellow for The Center for Vision & Values, President of Network of Enlightened Women (NeW) and member of the Theta Alpha Pi sorority. After graduation, Brooke moved to Wexford and served as director of communications for a state representative for two years. Currently, Brooke resides in Carlisle and works as a Public Relations Coordinator for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Republican Caucus, in Harrisburg, PA.

Julie (Blattenberger) Fairbaugh ’15 | CVV Fellow 2013-15. Major: History.  Originally from Annapolis, Md., Julie currently resides in Southeastern PA where she is entering her fifth year of teaching at a Classical Christian School. She enjoys sharing her love of good literature, economics, medieval history, and logic with students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. During her college years, she interned with the Pennsylvania Family Institute and the Family Research Council. In her free time, Julie listens to podcasts, runs, and sips sweet tea on her porch with a book.

David Feister ’10 | CVV Fellow 2008-10. Major: Political Science and Christian Thought. Originally from Lancaster County, PA, David lives just outside of Philadelphia with his wife Ashley and children Micah and Aleithea. He works as the Medical Department Administrator at Esperanza Health Center, a Christian health center in North Philadelphia. David graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary with a Masters of Divinity degree in 2014 and preaches at their church on a regular basis. While at Grove City, David held a variety of campus leadership positions including freshmen resident assistant, president of the Alpha Sigma housing group, officer of the Life Advocates club and the College Republicans, a Men of God small group leader, and a member of the ODK honorary. David interned with the Pennsylvania Family Institute in 2008, and during his time as a CVV Fellow, worked with Dr. Jeffrey Herbener and Dr. Tracy Miller.

Silas Finnegan ’10 | CVV Fellow 2009-10. Major: Political Science and Communications. A native of Maryland, Silas has returned to live in his home state while working in Northern Virginia and traveling the U.S. and Canada for his current employer. He began his professional career in 2010 as a product support specialist at G3 Technologies in Virginia working with cellular technology in developing countries. Silas held that position for two years and traveled to conflict areas in the Middle East. Since 2012, he has worked as the distribution sales executive for North America at Originally a small, start-up technology company, has blossomed into the leading innovator in technologies behind the connected home with patented developments in interactive security, PERS, home automation and energy management. Silas’ time is spent managing the sales efforts and relationships with 75 hardware distribution companies across the U.S. and Canada. During his college career, he spent his 2009 summer interning in Dubai as an executive assistant to the director of J&S Foodstuff Trading (a company that works with the U.S. and Iraqi governments to provide food and agricultural products to Iraq). Silas’ campus activities included being a founding member of the Crimson Conservatives, an active broadcaster on the College Television News broadcast group, College Republicans, debate team, and Glee Club (men’s choir). Silas currently spends his free time playing competitive basketball and beach volleyball as well as staying current on world events, U.S. politics, and global economics.

Catherine (Fitzhugh) Snyder ’15 | CVV Fellow 2013-14. Major: Political Science. Catherine is the Entrepreneur Engagement Manager for the Commonwealth Foundation, Pennsylvania’s free-market think tank. At CF, she helps direct the President and Vice President’s investor outreach. Catherine is a native of Lititz, Pennsylvania, and is excited about what the Commonwealth Foundation is doing to better her home state. While at Grove City College, Catherine was involved in the Collegian and the Sigma Delta Phi sorority. Catherine was a research fellow at the Center for Vision and Values.

Lisa (Herman) Geary ’11 | CVV Fellow 2009-11. Major: Political Science, Spanish. Lisa  is a native of Toledo, Ohio and just completed her second year of law school at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. She participated in a number of moot court competitions, including the Herbert Wecshler National Criminal Law Competition. Next year she will represent Ohio State at the National Appellate Advocacy Competition. Lisa has worked at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, PC in Pittsburgh as a summer associate. Previously, she worked with Justice Stratton of the Supreme Court of Ohio as well as Federal Magistrate Judge Deavers. While in college, Lisa interned for Governor Ted Strickland of Ohio, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney in Pittsburgh, and Federal District Judge Terrence F. McVerry. Lisa has presented research from an independent study on juvenile justice and state policy at the Midwest Political Science Association’s Annual Conference in Chicago and the Southwest Political Science Association’s Annual Conference in Las Vegas.

Sarah Gibbs ’18 | CVV Fellow 2016-18. Major: Political Science. While attending Grove City College Sarah participated on the debate team, wrote for the Collegian, worked as an English tutor, and served as the event coordinator for the student group Life Advocates. After graduating in 2018, Sarah returned to her hometown in East Tennessee and now works for a local nonprofit that addresses homelessness in and around Knoxville, TN.

Rebekah (Newborn) Gilbert ’10 | CVV Fellow 2008-10. Major: Economics. Rebekah grew up in Murrysville, PA. As a student fellow, Rebekah worked for both Dr. Miller and Dr. Throckmorton. In the summer of 2008, Rebekah was the education policy intern for The Heritage Foundation, where one of the topics she studied was the STEM education crisis in the United States. Her research inspired her to make a difference in this area, so she earned a MA in mathematics from Penn State (2012) and then used her degree to teach at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2012-2015) and George Mason University (2015-2017).  At these schools, Rebekah taught a broad range of undergraduate math courses, from the math course designed for liberal arts majors to Calculus, and from differential equations to elementary number theory. In 2017, Rebekah moved to Minnesota with her husband (Ian). They have three children, Jeremiah, Miriam and John Mark. For now, Rebekah plans to exchange teaching undergraduate students how to count combinations and permutations and how to prove the fundamental theorem of calculus for teaching her little ones how to count on their fingers and toes and how to defend our fundamental rights.

Kirby Gowen ’12 | CVV Fellow 2010-12. Major: Economics. A native of the San Francisco area, Kirby earned his degree in economics. While at Grove City, Kirby competed on the debate team and was active with the Webster Society, Students for Liberty, Omicron Delta Epsilon, intramural sports and the Financial Management Association.

Elizabeth (Pinero) Grubb ’10 | CVV Fellow 2008-10. Majors: Political Science and Christian Thought. After graduating from Grove City College in 2010, Liz pursued a master’s degree in higher education at Geneva College. In 2012 she moved to Nashville to work at Belmont University. She then worked at York College of Pennsylvania managing a grant from the Office for Violence Against Women. While in college Liz spent two summers in Washington, D.C. (one at the Governmental Affairs department of the Nuclear Energy Institute and one in the Council of Environmental Quality in the executive office of the president).  At Grove City, Liz was a resident assistant, the vice president of the Life Advocates Club, and director of the All That Jazz singing group. Liz worked with Dr. Warren Throckmorton and researched social issues as well as with Mr. Lee Wishing working on marketing and campus outreach.  She currently serves as the Director of Residence Life at Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, where she lives with her husband Dan and daughter Olivia.

Brittany (Cobb) Gunkler ’11 | CVV Fellow 2009-11. Major: Economics. Brittany works in development and outreach for the Atlas Network, whose mission is to strengthen the freedom network worldwide. After Grove City College, Brittany completed a master’s degree in international political economy and development at Fordham University. While at Grove City, Brittany was a member of the debate team, Alpha Beta Tau, and Orientation Board, was a resident assistant, and was named Senior Woman of the Year. Brittany has spent summers is Beijing, Panama, Guatemala and London. Now she lives in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire with her husband and son.

Daniel Hanson ‘11 | CVV Fellow 2009-11. Major: Political Science, Philosophy, and Economics. Daniel is a New Hampshire native with deep ties to the state. While at Grove City College, Daniel was an active member of the Student Government Association, the college’s speech and debate team and many other campus organizations. Currently, Daniel works at Height Securities in Washington DC, where he follows political, economic, and regulatory themes for institutional investors and government entities. He has held positions at the American Enterprise Institute, the International Monetary Fund, the Institute for International Finance, the Hoover Institution, the Carnegie Endowment, the Brookings Institution and the Executive Office of the President. His current research focuses on sovereign wealth management, monetary policy and macroeconomic growth and stability. He also works extensively on issues related to alternative or distressed government finance.

Evan Hangliter ’19 IFF Fellow: 2017-2019. Major: Business Management. Destined for Grove City College from a young age, Evan became actively involved in organizations on campus such as Student Government, Orientation Board, and The Institute for Faith & Freedom. After earning a degree in business with a pre-health concentration, Evan took a job with Dell EMC in the great state of Texas in data center sales. In Texas, Evan enjoys two stepping, taking tours of the capital, and University of Texas football games.  When Evan is not at work, he is actively involved in the local church community and helped found a young adults ministry that brings together young folk from over 20+ churches to gather together and worship the Lord in Austin.

Carolyn Hartwick ’19 IFF Fellow: 2017-2019. Major: Political Science.

Caleb Henry ’13 | CVV Fellow 2012-13. Major: Political Science. Caleb majored in political science with a minor in astronomy. As a student, Caleb conducted research with the college’s astronomy program. He also interned at the New Jersey State House in Trenton. During his senior year, Caleb interned with NewSpace Global where he assisted in the publication of Thruster and wrote about developments in the commercial space industry. Caleb was a member of the Grove City Physics Club, a leader in Students Excited About Diversity (SEAD) and he was a resident assistant. As a three year cross country runner, he was also part of the college’s Quadruple Digit Club for having run over 1,000 miles during season practices. Caleb is a junior editor with Access Intelligence.

Dorothy (Williams) Hildabrand ’12 | CVV Fellow 2010-12. Major: History, Economics. Dorothy earned her J.D. with a Certificate in Governmental Affairs at the University of Alabama School of Law and is covering health, education, labor, and pension policy for Senator Marsha Blackburn.  After law school she worked as an attorney at the Department of Justice Office of Legislative Affairs. She met her husband in law school and spent a year in Columbus, Ohio during his clerkship, working on campaigns and for the Ohio House of Representatives. During law school, she externed for the Senate Budget Committee and clerked for Senator Sessions on the Senate Judiciary Committee, the RNC Counsel’s Office and the Alabama Solicitor General. During her time at Grove City, Dorothy served as a student research fellow with The Center for Vision & Values, was involved with Alpha Beta Tau Sorority, Phi Alpha Theta history honorary, Grove City College Law Society, Life Advocates, and Crown and Scepter service honorary. She was also the executive articles editor for the Grove City College Journal of Law & Public Policy. During her summers, she attended an Austrian Economics Seminar at the Foundation for Economic Education and interned in the domestic policy department at the Heritage Foundation.

Kevin Hoffman ’11 | CVV Fellow 2010-11. Major: Political Science. Kevin is an attorney at Singer Davis in Virginia Beach. The firm focus on complex litigation allows for a wide-variety of compelling cases. Kevin represented former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell on her successful appeal, has worked numerous high stakes personal injury and business litigation matters, and spearheads the firm’s counter-terrorism practice that seeks to hold the financiers of terrorism responsible for violent acts against American citizens. Kevin graduated cum laude from Regent University School of Law in May 2014 and spent the following year as law clerk to Hon. Henry Coke Morgan, Jr., a federal district judge in Norfolk, Virginia. While in law school, he contributed as lead articles editor of the Regent University Law Review and on the international moot court team that placed second at the Americas regional and second overall at the international round held at Oxford University. Alongside his work for The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City, Kevin also participated in founding the Journal of Law & Public Policy, served as president of both ODK and the Law Society, and was a vice-president for the Student Government Association. Shortly after graduation, Kevin married fellow Grover Brittany (Hayward) ’11. Since then, they have welcomed four prospective students into their family, including twin sons and two daughters.

Noelle Huffman ’13 | CVV Fellow 2012-13. Major: Political Science. Noelle Huffman is a native of Charlotte, N.C., and earned a degree in political science. She lives in Washington, D.C. and works for the higher education team at the Charles G. Koch Foundation. She hopes to eventually pursue her masters of Public Administration degree and enter into non-profit management. During school, Noelle enjoyed working as a research fellow and teacher’s assistant for the political science department, managing the business operations of the Grove City College Journal of Law and Public Policy, serving on the student faculty review committee and leading various organizations, service projects, and bible studies. Noelle is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, and Pi Sigma Alpha honorary.

Steven Irwin ’12 | CVV Fellow 2010-12. Major: History. Steve graduated from Grove City College with a major in history and dual minors in communications and political science. While at the College, he was a two-year fellow for The Center for Vision & Values, co-founded the Journal of Law and Public Policy and was active in student government, serving as president of the 2012 senior class. Steve has worked in communication and project management roles for the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources; and, currently, the Ohio Attorney General’s office. Steve and his wife Carlen (Barnett ’14) reside in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

Kyle Jorstad ’17 CVV Fellow: 2016-17. Major: Political Science. Kyle is a Pennsylvania native currently pursuing his Juris Doctorate at Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Ohio. In his spare time, Kyle runs a private business, Jorstad Designs, LLC. Currently working as a law clerk for Robenalt Law, Kyle enjoys assisting individuals with personal injury claims in recouping losses due to medical malpractice and negligence.

Luke Juday ’10 | CVV Fellow 2008-09. Major: Political Science, Philosophy. Luke is a native of Chesapeake, Virginia. While at Grove City, he was a member of the Adelphikos Fraternity and was active on the debate team and the Academic Integrity Review Board. After graduation, he spent six months as a Fulbright Scholar in Gaborone, Botswana and taught 7th grade in Harrisonburg, VA. An interest in community building, especially the sustainability of small-town life in America, led him to study Urban and Environmental Planning at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. He is now Director of Planning for the City of Waynesboro, VA in the Shenandoah Valley.

Kimberly (Stains) Karr ’09 | CVV Fellow 2008-09. Major: Political Science and Spanish. Kim received a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Kim works as a corporate attorney at K&L Gates in their Pittsburgh office. She specializes in Latin American legal corporate issues. In law school, she participated in an International Moot Court in Vienna, Austria and spent her summers in the following offices and fellowships: K&L Gates Public Interest, an international law firm in Serbia and Blackstone Legal Fellow in Mexico at the Universidad de Anahuac conducting foreign legal research. During her freshman and junior years of college she studied abroad in China and Argentina. Her hobbies include learning Portuguese and reading through a list of the “101 Greatest Books of All Time.”

Kevin Kaufman ’18 | CVV Fellow: 2016-18. Major: Political Science. Kevin served many leadership roles on campus for organizations such as Alpha Phi Omega, Alexander Hamilton Society, College Republicans, Law Society, and served as editor for the College’s Journal of Law and Public Policy. He also served as the President of GCC Roundtable, a student ambassador in the Office of Admissions, and as freshman chapel leader. Kevin interned at the Yankee Institute for Public Policy and at the Tax Foundation before rejoining the Tax Foundation in Washington, D.C. full-time, where he currently helps market the organization’s internationally recognized tax policy research and analysis to federal and state legislators, the media, and the general public.

David Kirk ’17 | CVV Fellow: 2016-17. Major: Political Science. Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, David was attracted to Grove City College because of the Institute for Faith & Freedom and the College’s strong support of Austrian economics. During his time there, he was involved with several campus groups and clubs including the WSAJ Radio Station, Alexander Hamilton Society, and Mock Trial. David now works in the medical device industry and continues to fight for liberty in his personal time.

Alexander Kiselica ’17 | CVV Fellow 2016-17. Major: Political Science, History. Alex graduated from Grove City College in 2017 with a double major in history and political science.  During his time at Grove City, Alex worked as a Koch marketing fellow for the Center for Vision and Values.  After graduation, Alex participated in the 2017-2018 Koch Associate Program in Washington D.C. Alex currently works as a development and marketing assistant with The American Spectator.

Sarah Klein ’17 | CVV Fellow: 2015-17. Major: Entrepreneurship and Communication Studies. Sarah hopes to utilize her skills in a way wherein she can use the power of media to promote effective change and education regarding issues about which she is passionate.

Sarah Koss ’17 | CVV Fellow: 2015-17. Major: Entrepreneurship and Communication Studies. Sarah hopes to utilize her skills in a way wherein she can use the power of media to promote effective change and education regarding issues about which she is passionate.

Sarah Landeene ’14 | CVV Fellow 2012-14. Major: Finance. After graduating with a degree in finance, Sarah moved to Washington D.C. and accepted a position at The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies. She works in their Lawyers Division as an assistant director, working with over 40 lawyer chapters in the Eastern and Southern states. In her free time, she enjoys running, yoga, spending time with friends, traveling, and exploring all D.C. has to offer.

Abigail (Lepsch) Combs ’12 | CVV Fellow 2011-12. Major: Sociology. After graduating from Grove City College, Abigail taught high school science in Charlotte, N.C., with Teach for America. In the future she hopes to combine her medical training with a public health degree and desires to work with underserved populations to improve access to healthcare. A native of Tennessee, Abigail interned with a health clinic that provides services to the growing Hispanic population in the area. Through this opportunity, Abi developed an interest in community health education. Abi also worked extensively in youth education, especially in the Grove City area, where she taught GED preparation classes and ESL instruction. These experiences have encouraged her interest in intercultural experiences, prompting her to travel to Africa and South America.

Zachary Lewallen ’12 | CVV Fellow 2011-12. Major: Political Science. Zachary completed his degree in political science with a minor in national security. Zach currently works at ERI. Zach has interned with Congressman Manzullo in Washington, D.C., where he was exposed to the intricacies of the public policy sector. While at Grove City College, Zach was the president of the Sigma Alpha Sigma Men’s fraternity, a varsity soccer letterman and campus worship leader. He has served on various housing rehabilitation projects in Pittsburgh as well as in cities throughout Texas.

Stephanie (Warner) Linn ’07 | CVV Fellow 2006-07. Major: Political Science. Stephanie serves as a state programs and government relations director for the Friedman Foundation. Prior to working at the foundation, Stephanie served as policy manager for the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the nation’s largest individual membership association of state legislators. She has also served as a legislative assistant in ALEC’s policy department. Stephanie is an alumna of both the Koch Associate Program and the John Jay Institute.  She lives in Indianapolis, Ind., with her husband, Alex.

Hannah Lutz ’18 | CVV Fellow 2017-18. Major: Political Science. She is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. On campus, she was president of the College Republicans and a member of Theta Alpha Pi Sorority. She also worked as a student assistant for Professor Kengor. During the summer, Hannah interned at the Institute on Religion and Democracy in Washington D.C. where she wrote about issues important to her regarding church and state relations. Hannah is a political junkie with a deep passion for understanding the role faith has played in the political institutions of America in both the past and current day. She is currently in graduate school at George Mason University.

Anthony Maneiro ’10 | CVV Fellow 2008-10. Major: Political Science. Anthony Maneiro is currently a student at Boston University School of Law. Prior to BU, Anthony was a research analyst with Ipsos, a global market research firm. At Ipsos, Anthony specialized in client program management focusing on global product testing. Anthony is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) where he obtained his masters in international relations theory. Prior to attending LSE, Anthony attended Grove City College where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in political science. He served as a research fellow for Dr. Gary Smith, Dr. Samuel Stanton, Dr. Paul Kengor and Dr. Michael Coulter. He has interned with the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research and the Charles G. Koch Foundation. Anthony is an active participant in his church and is an avid guitar player.

Andrew McIndoe ’10 | CVV Fellow 2008-10. Major: Political Science and Entrepreneurship. As Vice President of Development for The Heritage Foundation, Andrew McIndoe leads the organization’s robust fundraising program for 500,000 Heritage members. McIndoe is responsible for upwards of $130 million of giving activity each year. This includes annual and future support for both The Heritage Foundation and its sister organization, Heritage Action for America (501c4). In this role, he oversees a team of fifty – which includes major gifts officers, portfolio researchers and managers, direct marketing experts, and marketing professionals. While at Heritage, McIndoe has earned four promotions over the course of seven years. He first served as the Development Manager and then Development Director for Heritage Action, where he helped grow the organization’s annual revenue from $4 million to over $10 million. He then joined The Heritage Foundation as Senior Advisor for Strategy, then as Director of Donor Relations. His proven record of success resulted in becoming the youngest senior manager in Heritage’s history in September 2018. McIndoe is a graduate of the Charles G. Koch Associate Program, during which he was a Development Associate at The Fund for American Studies before moving on to the Bill of Rights Institute as Development Director. Additionally, Andrew completed internships as Morton Blackwell’s intern at the Leadership Institute and at the Young America’s Foundation Reagan Ranch Center before spending the summer of 2009 as a development intern at The Heritage Foundation. McIndoe was born and raised in Oak Ridge, North Carolina. He received his MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and graduated cum laude with high honors from Grove City College with a degree in Political Science and minor in Entrepreneurship. He currently resides in Alexandria with his wife, Haley, and daughter, Charlotte.

Kyle Marchini ’14 | CVV Fellow 2012-14. Major: Economics. Kyle plans to pursue his doctorate in economics. Kyle has developed an interest in economic education. Of particular interest are the effects of institutions, formal and informal, on the course of economic development.

Cole McCook ’19 IFF Fellow: 2017-2019. Major: Political Science.

Grace Meakem ’17 | CVV Fellow: 2016-17. Major: Political Science. Grace hopes to pursue a career that embraces her interest in both politics and business.

Nathaniel Mills ’16 | CVV Fellow 2015-16. Major: Political Science and Biblical and Religious Studies. Nate graduated from Grove City College with majors in political science as well as Biblical and religious studies. During the summer of 2015, Nate worked at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) in Wilmington, DE where he gained a deeper appreciation for the moral foundations that animate conservative thought and policy.

Jennifer Montazzoli ’18 | CVV Fellow 2017-18. Major: Political Science. A resident of Cleveland, Ohio, Jennifer made her way to Grove City where she began college as an English major but quickly discovered her passion for politics and advancing Conservative thought. On campus, Jennifer served as the Executive Style Editor for the Grove City College Journal of Law and Public Policy, and as a teacher’s assistant in the Political Science Department. She also holds a part-time position in the College President’s office. In the summer of 2017, Jennifer interned for the Young Leaders Program at The Heritage Foundation, where she promoted conservative principles and Heritage’s mission to younger audiences through campus outreach and student engagement. During summer 2016, Jennifer participated in the Charles Koch Internship Program where she attended hearings and published blog posts for the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute as part of her position as a research associate intern. An avid reader of William F. Buckley Jr., Jennifer’s hobbies also include skiing, hiking, spending time on the family farm. Upon graduating, Jennifer aspires to help preserve social conservatism through defending traditional marriage, religious freedom, and prolife values as a member of a non-profit in Washington D.C.

Jonathan Moore ’09 | CVV Fellow 2008-09. Major: Political Science. Jonathan Moore is originally from Schenectady, N.Y. After graduation, he spent a year working for the Competitive Enterprise Institute, assisting in developing research on immigration policy and business regulations. He then attended the University of Oklahoma in pursuit of a Ph.D. in Political Science. He completed the Ph. D. in March of 2018 by defending his dissertation, titled Conservatism and Immigration Opinion in the United States. He and his wife Jennifer still reside in Oklahoma with their five children. He is currently working as a Senior Researcher for Oklahoma Department of Human Services.

Jonathan Nelson ’16 | CVV Fellow 2014-16. Major: Economics.Jonathan graduated from Grove City College with a degree in economics and minors in mathematics and philosophy. In the summer of 2015, Jonathan participated in the Koch Internship Program in which he interned at Economics21 at the Manhattan Institute for Public Policy Research in Washington, D.C. In addition to helping research for several projects and articles for Manhattan Institute fellows, Jonathan wrote or co-wrote over a dozen articles that explored the topics of education, employment, energy, immigration, and transportation policy.

Garrett O’Toole ’19 IFF Fellow: 2018-2019. Major: Communication. Garrett graduated with a degree in communication studies and minors in design and entrepreneurship. While a student at the College, Garrett served as executive president of the student government association, a two year resident assistant, and a member of Alpha Epsilon Chi. Garrett currently works in the College’s Advancement Office, helping the department continue to accomplish their goals of connecting with alumni and assisting with development fundraising.

Andrew Patterson ‘12 | CVV Fellow 2011-12. Major: Political Science, Communications. A native of Monroeville, PA, Andrew worked in multiple political positions for the Republican National Committee and the Republican Party of Pennsylvania. In 2016, he was hired to serve as Pennsylvania Coalitions Director for Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign. Andrew moved to Washington D.C. in 2017 as a “beachhead” team member of the Trump Administration. He currently serves as Senior Advance Representative to Secretary David Bernhardt at the U.S. Department of the Interior. During his time at school, Andrew was Chairman of the College Republicans. He spent his summers interning at the Republican Committee of Allegheny County, political consulting firm BrabenderCox Inc., and the grassroots training organization Leadership Institute.

Alexander Pepper ‘11 | CVV Fellow 2009-11. Major: Political Science, Economics. Alexander Pepper received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and practices law in Washington, DC. While at Harvard, he was active in the Harvard Law School Christian Fellowship, Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, and Harvard Journal on Legislation. At Grove City College, Alex majored in political science and economics and was a member of the speech and debate team. He interned with Senator John Warner, Congressman Frank Wolf, and ABC News.

Louis Phillips ’13 | CVV Fellow 2012-13. Major: Molecular Biology, Political Science. After graduation Louis worked in Washington, D.C., as the health care legislative correspondent for Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma. After working for Senator Coburn, Louis began working for an organization called Unaltered Ministries (formerly known as Silver Ring Thing) which puts on concert-style events for youth across the nation. Louis traveled with this ministry for three years as one of their main speakers and Tour Director. Following Unaltered, he studied at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and Oxford University (Wycliffe Hall) gaining a certificate in theological studies. Louis now works for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) as a speaker/writer in the New England area speaking on the areas of sexuality, identity, purpose, and suffering.

Daniel Pugh ’14 | CVV Fellow: 2012-14. Major: Marketing Management. Daniel is a project manager running the installation of electronic medical records for a company called Epic in Madison, Wisconsin. During his time at Grove City College, he worked for a Maryland home builder, The Center for Vision & Values, Grove City’s marketing and communication office, and Justice Fellowship (a non-profit criminal justice reform organization). Daniel graduated in 2014 with a degree in marketing management. He competed for the school’s debate team, edited for the Grove City College Journal of Law & Public Policy, participated in intramural sports, and penned one article for The Collegian.

Kara (Wilson) Quackenbush ’13 | CVV Fellow 2011-13. Major: Political Science, Communications. While at Grove City Kara studied Political Science and Communications. She was actively involved in Zeta Zeta Zeta sorority, College Republicans, the Journal of Law and Public Policy and intramural sports. Currently, she is a Regulatory Analyst (Permitting Agent) at Antero Resources Corporation, the second largest natural gas producer in the Appalachian Basin. She manages regulatory compliance for drilling operations, specifically for Marcellus Shale in West Virginia. Kara and her husband Kellen (’13) live in Denver, Colorado and welcomed a baby girl, Rowan, to their family in March 2017.

Deanna Joy (Roepcke) Longjohn ’18 | CVV Fellow 2016-18. Major: Political Science. Deanna is originally from Langhorne, Pennsylvania. While on campus, Deanna helped to start an executive council for the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). Deanna was also the president of the Law Society at GCC and president of the campus’ chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha. During the summer of 2018 she got married and moved to Norfolk, Virginia. Currently Deanna is pursuing her Master’s in Human Rights Law at Regent University and will be an intern at International Justice Mission for the summer of 2019. Deanna is pursuing humanitarian work and feels called to help end the injustice of human trafficking. In her free time she enjoys hiking, swimming, reading, photography, and going on adventures with her husband Nathaniel.

Ashley Raine ’19 IFF Fellow: 2018-2019. Major: Communication. Ashley is from Prospect, PA and comes from a close Christian family. She worked as a marketing fellow for the Institute for Faith & Freedom during 2018-2019. Ashley accepted a position in web design and digital marketing at Stream Companies in Wexford, PA. She loves advertising, design, and connecting with others. In her free time, she enjoys making art and dancing.

Kelli (Trease) Ross ‘09 | CVV Fellow 2008-09. Major: Communication. Kelli lives in Charlotte, NC with her husband William (’09), their three boys, and a baby girl on the way. She fills her days with homeschooling her boys and also working as the Director of Charitable Giving for Sapere Wealth Management, LLC. She also serves as a Recitation Instructor for Biblical Counseling United Kingdom. She enjoys traveling, cooking, and reading.

Travis Royer ’16 | CVV Fellow 2014-16. Major: Economics. While at Grove City, Travis worked as a research and marketing fellow for the Center and played on the Grove City Baseball team. After Grove City, he attended Scalia Law School at George Mason University and graduated in May of 2019, receiving the Henry G. Manne Award for Excellence in Law and Economics.  Travis currently works as an associate in the Antitrust practice group at Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP.

Bethany (Lowe) Rupert ‘09 | CVV Fellow 2008-09. Major: Political Science and Communication. Originally from Cape Cod, MA, Bethany is an attorney at King & Spalding LLP, specializing in white collar criminal defense and federal investigations.  Bethany graduated from Grove City College in 2009, where she was Captain of the Women’s Club Ultimate Frisbee team, as well as Executive Vice President of Communications of the Student Government Association. Bethany obtained her Juris Doctor from George Mason University in 2013, where she was on the Civil Rights Law Journal and Moot Court Board. After law school, Bethany completed a judicial clerkship with Chief Judge Alice Batchelder of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Bethany currently resides in Atlanta with her husband Mike and daughters Isabelle (3) and Liliana (1).

Rebecca (Torre) Sauer ’15 | CVV Fellow: 2014-15. Major: Entrepreneurship and Communications. While at Grove City, Rebecca led Young Life, served on Student Government, studied abroad in Florence, Italy, and participated in a number of business plan competitions. After graduation, Rebecca returned to the greater Philadelphia area, marrying another alum and starting her career at a Manhattan-based startup, Kindrid. Now, she’s director of marketing for the acquiring SaaS company, Ministry Brands, which serves more than 75,000 churches and nonprofits with software solutions. She also works alongside Praxis, a creative engine advancing redemptive entrepreneurship through ventures, community, and content.

Chloe (Smiley) Sayers ’15 | CVV Fellow 2014-15. Major: Entrepreneurship. Originally from the Detroit area, Chloe is currently living in San Diego working as the social media specialist for Buffini & Company, an organization dedicated to supporting small businesses through coaching and training. While at Grove City College, Chloe participated as a student fellow with The Center for Vision & Values, served on Student Government, participated in several business plan competitions, and served as president of Omicron Delta Kappa. Chloe was named the 2015 Woman of the Year at Grove City College.

Lindsey Schulenburg ’19 IFF Fellow: 2018-2019. Major: Political Science. Lindsey worked as a teaching assistant for the political science department and as a student assistant in President McNulty’s office. During her summers, Lindsey interned for her congressman, a think tank in Illinois, and at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC. She also served as the president of the Theta Alpha Pi sorority and the executive administrative editor of the Grove City Journal of Law and Public Policy. After graduation, Lindsey participated in an archaeology and conservation program in Rome.

Emily (Pearce) Seigerman ’14 | CVV Fellow: 2013-14. Major: History. Emily is a Museum Specialist with the Smithsonian’s National Numismatic Collection housed in the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. She digitizes portions of the collection for online public access and conducts research for exhibition preparation. Emily works predominantly with the collection’s East Asian, Greek, Roman, and Byzantine holdings.

Lauren (Vander Heyden) Skiver ’08 | CVV Fellow 2006-08. Major: Political Science. Lauren is an Illinois native and graduated in 2008 with a degree in political science. While at Grove City College, Lauren lobbied at the United Nations, was a public relations coordinator for the international conference World Congress of Families and developed an undergrad fellowship which fostered pro-family student leadership on college campuses. Since graduating, Lauren has spent her career helping connect people with opportunities in the free-market non-profit movement—first as a grants coordinator at the Charles Koch Foundation and then in various grants and outreach related roles at DonorsTrust, a liberty-oriented community foundation in Alexandria, Va. She is currently a Talent Manager at Talent Market, a non-profit that assists other liberty-oriented non-profits with their talent placement needs. Lauren, her husband, and their two daughters live in Asheville, North Carolina.

Alexia (Skoriak) Gerber ’17 | CVV Fellow: 2015-17. Major: Economics. Alexia hopes to continue working in the nonprofit sector, in the areas of international development, microfinance or missions as a whole.

Elle Speicher ’08 | CVV Fellow 2007-08. Major: Political Science. Elle received her Bachelor’s degree from Grove City College in 2008. Upon graduation, Elle pursued additional education in Washington, D.C. participating in a 10-month associate program through the Charles Koch Foundation which focused on leadership and nonprofit management. This became the foundation for a career in nonprofit management, marketing and communications. Elle currently serves on the board of several nonprofits, is an active member of Rotary International, and works full-time as the Marketing Director for PennWest Material Handling, while pursuing her Master of Business Administration degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania part-time. A resident of Ligonier, Pennsylvania, Elle enjoys skiing, hiking, running, kayaking, and horseback riding with her black lab, Gemma and partner, David.

Jared Smith ’12 | CVV Fellow 2010-12. Major: Political Science. Jared is pursuing his law degree at Pennsylvania State University. His future plans include a possible career as a legislative counsel for the U.S. House or Senate. While at Grove City College, Jared served as the executive administrative editor of the Grove City College Journal of Law & Public Policy. The Journal is one of only a handful of undergraduate law reviews in the nation and is further unique in that it incorporates student, faculty and alumni articles for publication. He oversaw all business aspects and day-to-day operations, as well as facilitated all communication between the college administration and the journal staff. In addition, Jared also served as the vice chairman of the Grove City College Republicans.

Jarrett Skorup ‘09 | CVV Fellow 2006-09. Major: Political Science, History. Jarrett Skorup is the director of marketing and communications at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. In this role, he is in charge of marketing efforts, media strategy, and overseeing policy campaigns and objectives. Skorup is a graduate of Grove City College with degrees in history and political science. While there, he was captain of the college’s club Ultimate Frisbee and wrestling teams. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, National Public Radio, MLive, Detroit Free PressDetroit News, and many newspapers across the country. A native of Sandwich, Illinois, Skorup is an avid Chicago sports fan. He also officiates high school wrestling and enjoys fishing and woodworking. In his free time, Skorup volunteers with his church, serves on committees with the local Chamber of Commerce, and works in the schools through Junior Achievement. He lives in Midland, MI with his wife, Karen (’09), and children Grayson, Reagan and Theodora.

Stephen Sweet ’07 | CVV Fellow 2006-07. Major: Political Science and Communications. Steve is a program officer for university investments at the Charles Koch Foundation.  In this capacity, he works with partners within higher education to develop and support student programs and research aimed at understanding how free and open societies function, and help people improve their lives and communities.  Steve earned bachelor’s degrees in communication and political science from Grove City College.  He currently lives in New Hampshire with his wife, Bailey, and their two children, Maggie and Bobby.

Mark Taylor ’17 | CVV Fellow: 2016-17. Major: Business Management. Mark hopes to find a career that merges his interests in business, politics, and technology.


Michael Trombly ’14 | CVV Fellow 2013-14. Major: Entrepreneurship. Michael is the co-founder of Sand Chariot, LLC, a company that manufactures and sells innovative beach and all-terrain wheelchairs. Michael was a marketing fellow for the Center for Vision & Values.


Mary (Trease) Teisserenc ‘12 | CVV Fellow 2011. Major: English. Mary is the editor of EB5 Investors Magazine, the leading trade publication for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program. She oversees the magazine’s two editions, one in English for distribution in North America, and one in Chinese for distribution in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Mary enjoys working in an industry that implements free market values through an immigration program that is primarily a powerful engine for job-creation. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, learning new languages, and enjoying the great outdoors from her home in France.


Sean Varner ‘08 | CVV Fellow 2006-08. Major: Political Science, History. Sean is a Foreign Affairs Officer with the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), where he supports engagements with international partners in the Asia-Pacific theater.  Prior to joining government service in 2019, he was a contractor at MDA for seven years, serving as an integral part of several international engineering teams to assist allied partners in the development of their missile defense systems.  Sean was on Capitol Hill as an intern and then Legislative Correspondent in 2010-2011, responsible for managing the office constituent correspondence operation.  He earned his M.S. in Defense and Strategic Studies from Missouri State University (in Fairfax, VA) in 2010, during which time he interned with Lockheed Martin’s Vice President for Missile Defense & Strategic Systems.  At Grove City College, Sean was a student fellow with the (then) Center for Vision and Values and graduated with degrees in Political Science and History.  He and his wife, Miranda (Bailey ’08), live in Springfield, VA, with their two (soon to be three) kids and have no spare time.


Claire (Vetter) Collins ’15 | CVV Fellow 2013-15. Major: Economics. Claire is from Gibsonia, Pa. After graduation, Claire began studying law at the University of Michigan. Claire has been accepted in the prestigious Blackstone Legal Fellowship program and will begin the program in the summer of 2016.


Jared Walczak ‘08 | CVV Fellow 2006-08. Major: Political Science. Jared Walczak is principal at Cardinal Associates, a political consulting firm, and serves as legislative director to Virginia Senator Mark Obenshain. He previously served as deputy campaign manager and policy director during Obenshain’s bid for Attorney General, which was the second closest large (1 million+ votes cast) statewide race in American history pre-recount, and was his party’s Electoral College nominee from Virginia’s 6th District in 2012. At Grove City, Jared was chair of the College Republicans and served on the Collegian’s editorial board.


Alex Welch ’13 | CVV Fellow 2012-13. Major: Political Science. Alex majored in political science with a minor in national security at Grove City College. He was an active member of the Life Advocates ministry, Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Sigma Alpha, the Wolverine Marching Band and College Republicans. In the summer of 2012, Alex interned with the Family Research Council. Alex currently holds an M.A. in Government from the University of Virginia and is pursuing his Ph.D. in Government from UVA. At UVA, he is employed by the Miller Center’s Presidential Oral History program and has been a TA for undergraduate courses in American politics (including a semester working for Larry Sabato), political theory, and media in American politics. Alex hopes to become a professor at a liberal arts college after finishing his Ph.D. so that he can teach American politics to the next generation of college students.


David Werner ’16 | CVV Fellow 2015-16. Major: Economics. David graduated from Grove City College with a degree in economics. During the summer of 2015, David interned at The Atlas Network in Washington D.C. where he worked in development and events.


Allison Wetzel ’16 CVV Fellow 2014-16. Major: Allison graduated from Grove City College with a degree in political science and a minor in history.Last summer, Allison interned with Young America’s Foundation at the Reagan Ranch in Santa Barbara, California.


Christopher Wetzel ’12 | CVV Fellow 2011-12. Major: Political Science, Spanish. Chris Wetzel is an attorney at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, LLP in Washington, D.C. He received his J.D. at the University of Virginia, where he also met his wife, Anna. At Virginia, he was a Dean’s Scholar and served as an officer in the Law Christian Fellowship, a mentor in the Law for Undergraduate Students program, and a member of the Journal of Law and Politics. He spent the 2014 summer as a summer associate at Cohen & Grigsby in Pittsburgh, Pa., and the 2013 summer as a Blackstone Legal Fellowship intern at the Global Centurion Foundation, a research and public policy non-profit organization in Washington, D.C., that works to combat human trafficking with a focus on ending demand. While there, he co-authored an article with Global Centurion founder Laura Lederer that was published in the Annals of Health Law. During his time at Grove City, Chris was a proud and active member of the Tri-Rho men’s housing group, the president of Men’s Activities Board, vice president of the Omicron Delta Kappa honorary, and a resident assistant in Memorial and Hopeman Halls.


Sam Williams ’14 | CVV Fellow: 2012-14. Major: Economics and Political Science. Graduating in 2014 with degrees in economics and political science and minors in legal studies and philosophy, Sam Williams is an officer in the United States Army Reserve and will study at Harvard Law School in the fall of 2016. During his time at Grove City College, he was a leader with the College Republicans, the Adelphikos Fraternity, the Omicron Delta Epsilon honorary for economics students, and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Sam was also involved with the College debate team, the Grove City College Journal of Law & Public Policy, inner city outreach, the Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honorary, and Pi Sigma Alpha political science honorary. He was also a help desk associate with the Technological Learning Center.


Esther Winne ’10 | CVV Fellow 2008-10. Major: Political Science. After graduating from Grove City College in 2010, Esther Winne pursued a law degree at the University of Virginia School of Law. In 2013, Esther joined the Philadelphia office of Morgan, Lewis, & Bockius, LLP. She spent several years as a litigation associate, focusing her practice on white collar criminal defense.  In 2017, Esther moved to Phoenix to join the Arizona Attorney General’s Office as Legal Policy Advisor. Esther also serves as an officer in the United States Army Reserve JAG Corps.


Ashley Winters ’19 IFF Fellow: 2018-2019. Major: Biology.


Ian Worrell ’17 | CVV Fellow: 2016-17. Major: Political Science and Philosophy. After graduating, Ian returned to his hometown of Sacramento California where he worked as a legal assistant in bankruptcy, intellectual property, and family law. He is currently attending McGeorge School of Law as an Anthony Kennedy Fellow with a concentration in trial advocacy. Ian hopes to serve his country as a Judge Advocate in the United States Marine Corps upon earning his JD. While attending Grove City College, Ian competed on the college’s debate team, served as president of the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu team, and served as Executive Content Editor of the Grove City Journal of Law & Public Policy.