Michael GreibrokSenior Research Fellow
FGA has a proven record of working to institute reforms that encourage work and enhance freedom.
Michael Greibrok is a Senior Research Fellow at the Foundation for Government Accountability.
Prior to joining FGA, he was Special Assistant to the Attorney General at the Office of the West Virginia Attorney General. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Bethany Lutheran College and a Juris Doctor from the University of St. Thomas School of Law.
Michael first experienced the value of work while picking rock and walking beans on his family farm. To him, work promotes a sense of human dignity and accomplishment, while creating and strengthening social connections.
When he’s not working, Michael loves to golf, play basketball, and spend time with his family. A fan of Minnesota sports teams, Michael, his wife, and their daughter live just outside of Columbus, Ohio.DOWNLOAD BIO SHEET
By Michael Greibrok
Congress Could Boost Economy by Allowing Medicaid Work Requirements Without Bureaucratic Intervention
The SEC’s Climate-Related Disclosures Rule Puts Special Interests Ahead of Its Mission and Everyday Investors
How Congress and States Can Rein in Biden Bureaucrats While Protecting Taxpayers’ Money and Medicaid Program Integrity
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