Hannah Mead is a former assistant editor for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, having worked there from July 2009 through August 2011. Before this, she worked twice as a summer intern for the Center's communications department.
Mead holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Hillsdale College, having graduated summa cum laude with departmental honors. In her senior year, she received the economics department's Adam Smith Award for academic achievement, and she was selected to present a paper on constitutional political economy at the 2009 conference of the Association of Private Enterprise Education in Guatemala City.
Mead is from the state of Washington.
By Hannah K. Mead
Homeschooling gives parents the opportunity to keep their children out of dangerous schools and give them an excellent education. Curtailing this right would threaten these children's safety and ability to succeed. Furthermore, blindly trusting that children are kept safe in public schools can only allow more peer and parental abuse. … more
To truly respect the Scottish spirit, the Legislature would do well to leave off establishing "official" tartans and instead focus on expanding our freedom. … more
An article from the Mackinac Center's MichiganScience magazine provides a solid background of the issues surrounding the Asian carp's migration toward the Great Lakes. … more