Ryan Streeter

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Ryan Streeter (born May 26, 1969) is a public policy entrepreneur, consultant, author, and researcher. He is currently Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy and Strategy to Indiana Governor Mike Pence. He was formerly a senior fellow at the Legatum Institute, Editor of ConservativeHomeUSA, and Vice President of Civic Enterprises, a public policy firm in Washington, D.C.[1] Streeter was previously a Nonresident Transatlantic Fellow of the German Marshall Fund, a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Sagamore Institute, a Nonresident Scholar at the Institute for the Study of Religion at Baylor University, and an adjunct fellow at Hudson Institute.[2] Streeter specializes in public policy, conservatism in the United States, and initiatives focused on strengthening communities, promoting growth, and supporting policy innovation. He has authored Transforming Charity: Toward a Results-Oriented Social Sector[3] and co-authored The Soul of Civil Society,[4] along with numerous articles.[2] His case study on Indianapolis’ urban revitalization efforts is featured in Stephen Goldsmith’s book, Putting Faith in Neighborhoods,[5] and he is editor of Religion and the Public Square in the 21st Century.[6]

Previously, Streeter served as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush at the White House Domestic Policy Council;[1] Senior Adviser and Director at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under Secretaries Mel Martinez and Alphonso Jackson;[7] a Fellow at Hudson Institute;[2] and Special Assistant for Policy to Indianapolis Mayor Stephen Goldsmith. Streeter was also a Next Generation Leadership Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation.[8]

Streeter holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Emory University, a M.A. from Northern Illinois University,[9] and a B.A. from the Moody Bible Institute (Chicago).

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  1. ^ a b Ryan Streeter Biography.
  2. ^ a b c Ryan Streeter Staff Bio.
  3. ^ Streeter, Ryan. Transforming Charity. Hudson Institute (2001).
  4. ^ Eberly, Don, and Streeter, Ryan. The Soul of Civil Society. Lexington Books (2002).
  5. ^ Goldsmith, Stephen and Streeter, Ryan. Putting Faith in Neighborhoods. Hudson Institute (2002).
  6. ^ Streeter, Ryan, ed. Religion and the Public Square in the 21st Century. Hudson Institute (2001).
  7. ^ ibid.
  8. ^ Next Generation Leadership Alumni Network.
  9. ^ ibid.

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