This fall, the Ethan Allen Institute (EAI) welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors: Lawrence Reed, Matthew Strong, and M. Myers Mermel, EAI President Meg Hansen announced.
“Each new Board member brings unique and valuable talents, expertise, and perspectives that will support our agenda to expand our impact in Vermont,” Hansen said.
Economist and historian Lawrence W. (“Larry”) Reed is President Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE.org) in Atlanta, Georgia. Before retiring to the emeritus role in 2019, he served as President of FEE for eleven years. Prior to that, he was founding president of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy in Midland, Michigan, for twenty-one years, and served as an economics professor at Northwood University for seven years…..Read more at EAI website.
Great news! Congrats to all three and EAI for such talent acquisition
The addition of Mr Mermel to the board, seriously damages the reputation of the EAI.