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Streeter, Ryan

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Ryan Streeter is Editor of ConservativeHome, a web site focused on the future of conservatism in America, and he is also a Distinguished Visiting Fellow and Director of Fiscal Studies at the Sagamore Institute in Indianapolis. Previously a senior fellow at Legatum Institute, Streeter has written on a range of topics such as the nature of prosperity globally and locally, entrepreneurship, and the private sector’s role in solving public problems.  He was co-director of The Legatum Prosperity Index, a global assessment of economic growth and well-being and has conducted surveys of entrepreneurs in emerging economies.  Prior to joining Legatum, Streeter was vice president of Civic Enterprises, a public policy development firm in Washington, D.C., where he provided a wide range of research, analysis, and public communication services to a diverse group of clients, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, The Heritage Foundation, and the Urban Land Institute. Streeter also served as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush for domestic policy, in which capacity he managed the development of policy on a range of issues such as poverty, civil society, global health, housing, human services, and health care.  He was also a research fellow at the Hudson Institute and top aide to former Indianapolis mayor Stephen Goldsmith.  He holds a Ph.D. in political philosophy from Emory University.

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