Three Heritage Foundation scholars were recently awarded named fellowships. The Washington Post reports on the news:
The Heritage Foundation has announced that Nina Owcharenko has been named the first Preston A. Wells Jr. Fellow in Health Policy.
“This is well-deserved recognition for Nina’s leadership in the effort to repeal Obamacare and move America to patient-centered, market-based health care,” said Heritage President Edwin J. Feulner in a statement. “Dick Wells believed it was people and organizations, not the federal government, that can solve America’s political ills.”
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The Heritage Foundation has also recently announced that education policy scholar Lindsey Burke has been named the Will Skillman Fellow in Education and that Nicolas Loris , an economist at the think tank, has been named the Herbert and Joyce Morgan Fellow.