Ameillia Wedward and Miranda Spindt Join Growing WILL Team

Wedward and Spindt will assist WILL in development, communications, and policy research

The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) added Ameillia Wedward, Development and Communications Associate, and Miranda Spindt, Policy Associate, to bolster WILL’s capacity for communication, development, and policy research. WILL’s team now includes 21 employees working to defend constitutional rights, advance the rule of law, promote education choice, and advocate for limited government.

Ameillia Wedward will serve as WILL’s Development & Communications Associate. Ameillia worked at WILL for a year as a policy intern before taking a full-time position. She assisted the policy team with research and writing on election integrity and K-12 education.

Prior to joining WILL, Ameillia gained legislative experience through Marquette University’s Les Aspin Center for Government Program. She was recognized, republished, and retweeted by National Right to Life for an op-ed in a prior internship. She served on numerous student organizations’ executive boards, co-founded a newspaper, received many awards, and maintained her Dean’s List status.

Ameillia is a recent graduate of Marquette University and an Evans Scholar, with a B.A. in both Political Science and Economics. She currently resides in Brown Deer with her family.

Ameillia can be reached at Ameillia@will-law.org

Miranda Spindt will serve as a WILL Policy Associate. Prior to joining the team, she worked as a policy intern doing research and writing on election integrity and K-12 education.

During her time at Marquette University, Miranda worked to share conservative values across campus. She was a founding member and Executive Director of an independent campus newspaper, nationally recognized as the “Best New Publication” by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. She was also the Chairperson of the Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) chapter which was nationally recognized under her leadership. Additionally, she worked as a Field Organizer in Milwaukee for the Republican Party of Wisconsin.

Miranda recently graduated from Marquette University as a Burke Scholar with an B.A. in both Political Science and Economics. She is pursuing a master’s degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Policy Analysis and Analytics.

Miranda can be reached at Miranda@will-law.org

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