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Tanner Aliff graduated from George Fox University in Spring 2019 with two degrees in Cognitive Neuroscience and Political Science. In his time being an undergraduate, Tanner was named the Most Aspiring Student by the George Fox Politics Department, served as the chairman for his university’s American Enterprise Institute Executive Council for three years, worked as a mental health evaluator at Providence Health, led a lecture on short-term memory interference at the Western Psychology Association Spring (WPA) Summit, and received the WPA International Undergrad Studies Award for his research on cognitive interference with Nepali nationals.
Upon graduating Tanner was accepted into the prestigious John Jay Institute Fellowship where he received a robust education in classical liberalism and an understanding of the philosophical underpinnings that motivate current political movements. Tanner has recently finished interning as a health and welfare policy research intern at both the Heritage Foundation and Charles Koch Institute. Currently, Tanner is working as a research fellow in the Office of Congressman Mark Green with a focus on aggregating Coronavirus response data.