Bridgett Wagner is the executive director of the Edwin J. Feulner Institute at The Heritage Foundation, which she first joined in 1981. She is also vice chair of the board of directors at the State Financial Officers Foundation (SFOF), and serves on the board of the State Policy Network (SPN). In addition, Wagner is affiliated with a number of other right-wing organizations, including the Steamboat Institute, the Mont Pelerin Society, and the Foundation for Government Accountability, which has lobbied against anti-poverty programs and in support of anti-ESG legislation.
Wagner earned a BA in Economics from the University of Dallas, where she now serves as secretary of the board of trustees.
- Presented SFOF CEO Derek Kreifels with The Heritage Foundation’s Innovation Prize at its 2022 Resource Bank meeting for “educating the public about the pressing dangers of ESG” through their Our Money Our Values campaign (6/1/22)
- Invited Nebraska Treasurer John Murante to speak at The Heritage Foundation’s 2022 Resource Bank meeting (3/14/22)
- Invited Utah Treasurer Marlo Oaks to speak at The Heritage Foundation’s 2022 Resource Bank meeting (3/14/22)