FGA’s mission of empowering individuals to reach their fullest potential by helping to transition those trapped in the cycle of dependency is tremendously inspiring and important.
Hayden Dublois is a senior research analyst for the Foundation for Government Accountability.
Prior to FGA, Hayden worked for Gov. Phil Scott of Vermont, serving as policy analyst and constitutent services manager. He also previously served as an executive assistant. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Middlebury College and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Fitchburg State University.
Hayden first experienced the value of work spending his summers at the local park as a recreation assistant, which included everything from customer service to cleaning restrooms. To him, the power of work means self-sufficiency and independence, enabling people to climb the socioeconomic ladder in order to achieve prosperity. Hayden has testified in front of both chambers in the Vermont Legislature, has appeared on Vermont Public Radio, and his commentary has been featured in media outlets ranging from local to the New York Times and Politico.
When he’s not working, he is passionate about hiking, playing guitar, fishing, and spending time with his family. A fan of the New England Patriots, Hayden lives in Marco Island, Florida.