Josiah Dalke works with the Mississippi Center for Public Policy as a Research Intern. In this role, he assists in public policy analysis for the organization’s research and writing efforts.
He is a senior currently attending Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia. There, he will be graduating in May 2022 with a degree in Government: American Politics and Policy. His desire is to eventually attend law school and serve as a litigator on either the state or federal level.
In addition to working for MCPP, Josiah also serves as a research intern for Alliance Defending Freedom and as Editor-in-Chief for the George Wythe Review, Patrick Henry College’s Public Policy journal.
Josiah also enjoys reading, hiking, swimming, sports, discussion theological and political topics with friends, and crafting jokes. His favorite books beyond the Bible are Augustine’s Confessions, Burke’s Reflections on the Revolution in France, and John Owen’s the Glory of Christ.