Beth Feeley is a freelance writer and editor for various non-profit organizations, including The Woodson Center, serving as launch director for its “1776” effort. Previously, Beth worked in consulting and public relations for Hill and Knowlton and Arthur Andersen for a variety of Fortune 500 companies and most recently served as editor at The Policy Circle, a grassroots network of 300 women’s policy discussion groups in 40 states across the country and of which Beth is a founding member.
Beth also runs a local civic organization, New Trier Neighbors, which promotes common sense policies in local government and schools through special events, regular email updates and targeted issue campaigns designed to educate and inspire local residents to take action.
Beth lives in the north suburbs of Chicago with her husband and three children. She is a graduate of Miami University of Ohio (B.A.) and Northwestern University (M.S.).
With parents overseeing my kids’ e-learning, this is a great opportunity to take a deeper look at the left-wing theories on race and gender, not to mention climate change, that public schools are pushing on children.
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