Archive: Alexandra Hudson
Alexandra is passionate about the way that ideas and storytelling can change people’s lives. She is a California native raised in Vancouver, Canada. She studied history and political philosphy at Trinity Western University and earned her Masters in International Comparative Social Policy at the London School of Economics as a Rotary Scholar. Alexandra has held posts at the Federalist Society, the American Enterprise Institute, and the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Alexandra served as a Policy Advisor for the US Department of Education, where she worked to administer an annual budget of $16 billion. She left to write her first book, on how civility is essential to American democracy. She currently serves at the Liberty Fund as an educational consultant, developing resources to assist educators in teaching the works and ideas of Adam Smith. When she’s not reading a Platonic dialogue, planning her next expedition, or exploring a new recipe, she spends her evenings writing. Her work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Examiner, Commentary Magazine, and Quillette. Alexandra lives with her husband in Indianapolis, Indiana.