Kristie Eshelman is an associate editor at the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics. She edits the “Creativity. Purpose. Freedom” blog, works with the think tank to manage and edit research and manages external content.
Originally from Middletown, NJ, Kristie received her BA in history at Grove City College in 2013. While there, she cultivated a love of history and gained leadership experience as president of the history honorary. In addition, she was involved with the campus newspaper and the Grove City Journal of Law and Public Policy. She also had the opportunity to improve her Spanish and encounter a new culture through a semester in Spain, where she studied economics and business. Before joining IFWE, Kristie worked at the American Council for Trustees and Alumni as a policy intern, where she gained a passion for learning about and improving higher education policy.