Q&A with Michelle Easton
Michelle Easton talked about the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute which she founded in 1993 to advance conservative women in leadership… read more
Michelle Easton talked about the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute which she founded in 1993 to advance conservative women in leadership roles. The institute offers internships and programs for young women. The program was named for Clare Boothe Luce, who was a member of Congress from Connecticut from 1943 to 1947 and U.S. ambassador to Italy from 1953 to 1956. She was also a journalist, author and playwright. Her plays include the 1936 Broadway hit The Women, which was subsequently made into a movie.
Michelle Easton worked in both the Reagan and Bush (41) administrations. For a portion of that time she served as deputy undersecretary of education. In 1994 she was appointed to the Virginia State Board of Education. She has also worked for Young Americans for Freedom and for National Right to Work. close
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