Caleb is the director of policy at the Virginia Institute for Public Policy, an independent, nonpartisan, education and research organization that develops and promotes public policy consistent with the Virginia tradition of individual liberty, dynamic entrepreneurial capitalism, private property, the rule of law, and constitutionally-limited government.
In addition to directing the policy research, planning, and symposia curriculum for the Virginia Institute, Caleb also works with several organizations across the U.S. in developing legislative models, strategic positioning, and apologetics for use in public policy communication and education.
Caleb earned his Bachelor of Arts (magna cum laude) in Economics and Business Administration from Liberty University and his Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary.
He and his wife, Karina, have two homeschooled daughters and work to help new homeschool parents manage their first stressful challenges in the new family paradigm that is homeschooling. Caleb also volunteers with students and recent graduates of Asbury Seminary to help build out the nuts-and-bolts of their calling and facilitate the early growth of their efforts within the ministry and non-profit space.
Caleb began as a volunteer and part-time editor for the Virginia Institute in 1997.