FGA’s multi-state and national approach to welfare, health care, and work policy is uniquely focused on helping millions to experience the life-changing power of work.
Victoria Eardley is a senior research fellow at the Foundation for Government Accountability, where she takes a multi-faceted approach to identify and develop health care, welfare, and work reforms.
Prior to joining FGA, Victoria served as a public relations assistant at Cedarville University, spent time as an independent contractor developing policy research, and interned with the Heritage Foundation, Charles Koch Foundation, and the House of Representatives. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Communications and Political Science from Cedarville University.
Victoria first experienced the value of work as a boutique stylist. Pairing her talents with her passion for serving others, Victoria is driven to help others end the cycle of dependency, create security for their families, and pursue the American Dream. Her work has been featured in the Washington Examiner, the Federalist, and National Review Online.
Outside of work, Victoria enjoys hiking, baking, and interior design. She and her husband are members at Grace Bible Church Canal Winchester and live in Columbus, Ohio.Download Bio