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Maddy Hanley

Maddy joined the American Continental Group’s research team in May of 2019. She focuses primarily on health care and energy issues while assisting with ACG’s Committee on Education Funding (CEF) coalition.

Most recently, Maddy was a Research and Policy Analysis Intern at Forbes Tate Partners where she regularly conducted legislative and policy analyses, attended and reported on congressional hearings, and drafted a broad array of research memoranda. Prior to joining ACG, Maddy completed a legislative internship with Arizona Congressman Tom O’Halleran in his D.C. office and focused specifically on legislative research involving rural health care and the 2018 Farm Bill. As an undergraduate student, she assisted in establishing an Energy Revolving Fund dedicated to implementing energy efficient structures on campus and worked alongside the Department of Political Science as a Research Assistant each semester.

Originally from Seal Beach, California, Maddy graduated magna cum laude from Northern Arizona University in December of 2018. She holds two bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Environmental Science with an emphasis in Global Sustainability. Notably, she was awarded the Gold Axe for graduating in the top one percent of students who made outstanding contributions to the university in academic performance, community service, and campus leadership.