Zachary Marschall received a PhD from George Mason University and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Kentucky. "Academically Speaking," his series for Campus Reform, reveals how radical ideas originating in academia impact Americans’ daily lives. Zachary is a member of the National Association of Scholars.
Kate Hirzel is the Correspondent Director for Campus Reform. Kate manages the Campus Correspondents. Previously she worked as a field director for Presidential and Congressional campaigns. Kate graduated with majors in economics and management and political science and was president of College Republicans at Albion College.
Ben Cook is Correspondent Editor for Campus Reform. He is completing his PhD at Syracuse University, previously graduating from the University of Central Florida, where he studied philosophy and political science. Ben has published professionally in the field of philosophy and has taught courses on political and moral theory. He also served as Fellow at the Jack Miller Center's Summer Institute on the republican tradition.
Jared Gould serves as News Editor at Campus Reform. Prior to joining our team, Jared worked with former Governor Phil Bryant at Bryant Songy Snell Global Partners, a private government relations and business consulting firm in Ridgeland, Mississippi. He also previously worked in the Office of Governor Phil Bryant and The Faith & Politics Institute in Washington, D.C. He is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi.
A life-long conservative and passionate about our country, Rita has been involved in politics and grew up hearing current events discussed at the dinner table. She received her undergraduate degree from Franciscan University of Steubenville and has worked for two members of Congress as well as the private sector. Serving on the board of Young Republicans in college and after, Rita stayed involved in campaigns. She enjoys playing piano a...
John La Rosa is the Correspondent Recruiter for Campus Reform. He graduated from the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, studying public affairs and public policy. John has previously worked in the United States Senate and House of Representatives.