Come Together to Inspire, Interact, Influence, and Impact.

Log Out? Are you sure you want to log out?
Log Out
Caret Icon BookMark Icon <

Event Detail Page

Exposing Teachers Unions

IWN Staff IWN Staff


IWN is excited to bring you a discussion on Exposing Teachers Unions with Ginny Gentles, Director of the Education Freedom Center at Independent Women’s Forum, and Independent Women’s Forum Fellows, Caroline Downey, Kaylee McGhee White, and Angela Morabito. 

Our guests will be discussing how teachers unions on the state and local level policies harm students academically and covering the national American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and National Education Association (NEA) summer meetings. 

Plus, they will be taking your questions live.  

Learn more about the pernicious influence of teachers unions HERE

Join us Tuesday, July 30 at 1:00 p.m. ET for this IWN Member event.  


Ginny Gentles is the director of the Education Freedom Center at the Independent Women’s Forum. She is a long-time school choice advocate and former state and federal education policy leader. Her work has appeared in National Review, Newsweek, City Journal, and Real Clear Education.

Caroline Downey is a visiting fellow at Independent Women’s Forum. She is also an education and multimedia reporter at National Review. Caroline often appears on Fox News and Fox Business, and her work has been featured in the New York Post, Newsweek and the Washington Examiner

Kaylee McGhee White is a senior fellow at Independent Women’s Forum. She is a commentary writer for the Washington Examiner focusing on religion, politics, and culture. Kaylee regularly appears on Fox News as a commentator, and her work has appeared in RealClearPolitics, the Weekly Standard, the Detroit News, the Orange County Register, and more. 

Angela Morabito is a visiting fellow at Independent Women’s Forum. She runs Thirteen Strategy Group, a communications firm that works with client organizations in the conservative movement. She has authored opinion pieces for the Washington Examiner and The Federalist