Anthony Campau is responsible for communicating The Heritage Foundation’s mission and effectiveness to members who reside in Washington, D.C., and six states of the Eastern region: Michigan, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Virginia.
Campau joined Heritage in 2006 as a development writer in the Membership Office, and later became a staff writer and editor. He oversaw production of Heritage Members News, the quarterly newsletter for members nationwide, and worked to improve written communications with supporters about Heritage’s policy solutions.
Campau previously was a research assistant at the Institute for Global Engagement in Arlington, Va., and a campaign assistant for then-Rep. George R. Nethercutt Jr. (R-Wash.).
He holds a bachelor’s degree in history, political science and theology from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla., where he was news editor of the student newspaper. He studies law in the evenings at Georgetown University Law Center.
He previously studied the Mexican legal system within the appeals court in Mexico City. He also took classes in modern history and political theory while a visiting student of the University of Oxford, where he joined the Queen’s College Boat Club.
Campau currently resides in Washington, D.C., where he is a member of Capital City Church, the Capitol Hill Cluster School Parent-Teacher Association and Hope for the Future, a nonprofit group that educates and mentors at-risk youth. A native of Jackson, Mich., he looks forward to returning to the state one day.