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Natalie Goodnow

Visiting Fellow

Natalie Goodnow is a visiting fellow at Independent Women's Forum and a research fellow at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. She works on policy issues facing children and families, including foster care, poverty, education, and economic freedom. Prior to joining WILL, Natalie was the managing editor of AEIdeas at the American Enterprise Institute, where she frequently wrote on topics such as health care, education, and welfare reform.

Her writing has been published in outlets including the New York Daily News, Washington Examiner, National Review Online, Thomas B. Fordham Institute, and Wisconsin State Journal. Natalie earned her master’s degree in social and urban policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and graduated with honors from Princeton University with a bachelor’s in classics. Natalie lives with her husband in Milwaukee, Wisconsin."

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