The Expectations Project
Blythe graduated from the University of Mary Washington with a degree in Political Science. She worked as a Fellow at The Clapham Group, where she grew increasingly passionate about bringing renewal to bear on all areas of culture and society. Her subsequent work for The Expectations Project gave her an opportunity to advocate for our nation’s most vulnerable and overlooked children, and grew her conviction that there is a need for more education and conversation around the most important issues of our day. .
Her conviction that there is a need for a civil space for people from all walks of life to come together to discuss the pressing issues of our day and how we might respond has only grown through seeing the response to Denver City Forum.
In addition to the above, Blythe also loves all things Narnia; aspires to be like William Wilberforce; wants to bring home every dog from every shelter; loves talking the intersection of faith and public policy and hopes to help bring change on a policy level in the future; tries to spend as much time outside as possible (preferably trail running;) and, most importantly, is married to Stephen, who she is convinced is the best person alive, and they are adopting their first child this fall.