A San Francisco Bay Area native and a former college activist at a University of California school, Inez is used to arguing for conservatism in hostile waters. And as the first-generation American daughter of parents from the other side of the Iron Curtain, she is passionate about preserving the principles of the American Founding, which she believes created a uniquely free and prosperous country.
Inez’s day job is as an education policy analyst and education choice advocate. Because she is a strong believer in the theory that “politics is downstream from culture,” her commentary focuses on education, pop culture, and critiquing feminism. Her commentary has been published across a wide variety of right-of-center media platforms, but she most regularly writes at The Federalist. She has a BA from UCSD and a JD from the University of Virginia.