Alexandra DeSanctis is a staff writer at National Review and visiting fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. She publishes regular reporting and commentary for both the National Review print magazine and National Review Online, where she writes reporting on commentary on politics, culture, elections, abortion policy, and the pro-life movement. Alexandra hosts the National Review podcast “For Life” and speaks on college campuses and for conservative events across the country. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame where she worked as Executive Editor of The Irish Rover, a Collegiate Network publication.
Deputy Contributors Editor and Commentary Writer at the Washington Examiner
Brad Polumbo is a Collegiate Network fellow, working as the deputy contributors editor and a commentary writer at the Washington Examiner. He was previously an editor at the libertarian media nonprofit Young Voices, and his work has appeared in outlets such as National Review, USA Today, and The Daily Beast.
Philip Chalk grew up in Dallas, Texas. He studied history at Stanford University, theology at Oxford University’s Oriel College, and both history and theology at the University of Chicago. He has been an illustrator, writer, and editor, as well as a graphic designer. He previously worked as the design director of The Weekly Standard and now at the Washington Examiner. He is an Episcopalian and a Texas Rangers fan – in that order, most of the time.