About the Author
Brooke Medina serves as director of communications for Civitas Institute, a state-based public policy organization dedicated to the ideas of limited government and liberty. She sits on the board of ReCity Network, a non-profit committed to helping social entrepreneurs and community organizations tackle issues related to poverty. Brooke’s writing has been published in outlets such as The Hill, Entrepreneur, Washington Examiner, Daily Signal, FEE, and Intellectual Takeout.
What inspired you to start writing?
I love ideas! Whether in books or in conversations with friends, there are deep wells of wisdom just waiting to be dug. I get exciting about taking that sagacity and presenting it to readers in a way that is memorable, meaningful, and practical.
What are your hobbies / interests?
Museum hopping, roller coaster riding, and trail hiking.
How did you discover the freedom philosophy?
I had the privilege of growing up in a military community, where the concept of freedom was made palpable as I regularly hugged my dad goodbye and saw soldiers come back home in ways that evidenced the high cost of defending freedom. However, it wasn't until college that I was properly introduced to some of the intellectual giants that have shaped today's liberty movement.
Who are your favorite writers?
C.S. Lewis today. C.S. Lewis tomorrow. C.S. Lewis forever.