Gracie Foxwell
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Gracie and her husband Andrew co-direct the social media advisory firm Foxwell Digital. in Madison, Wisconsin. After graduating cum laude from Saint Mary’s College in 2007, Gracie joined the Foreign Policy program at The Brookings Institution. There she wrote and edited grant proposals for the $25 million program and successfully solicited new funding from major foundations, U.S. and foreign governments, and various Fortune 500 corporations. Following her years at Brookings, Gracie worked as a strategic partnerships officer at The Keystone Science School, a Colorado-based non-profit focused on environmental education. Gracie’s interests include traveling, collecting new cookbooks, and enjoying most any glass of Pinot Noir.

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