Rio Rancho, NM (September 27, 2022) — This afternoon, the Southwest Public Policy Institute is pleased to announce that D. Dowd Muska has joined the organization as a senior fellow.
Mr. Muska brings nearly 30 years of research and writing experience to the Institute. A veteran of several think tanks, he is an expert on government at the municipal, county, state, and federal levels.
The Southwest Public Policy Institute is the leading public policy think tank dedicated to promoting and defending liberty, personal responsibility, and free enterprise in the American Southwest.
Patrick Brenner, president of Southwest Public Policy Institute said:
“It’s great to have Dowd on our team as we continue expanding our coverage into every state in the American Southwest. His background and abilities will make vital contributions to our work.”
Mr. Muska said:
“I look forward to working with Patrick and the fine folks at the Southwest Public Policy Institute. While I was born and raised in New England, I have lived in the Southwest — Nevada and New Mexico — for a total of just under ten years, and just celebrated a big birthday by flying to Las Vegas and road-tripping it back to the Land of Enchantment through Utah and Arizona. The region has so much to offer its residents, America, and the world, and helping to promote sound policymaking in such an important corner of our country is a true honor.”
More about D. Dowd Muska
Raised on an apple orchard in the Connecticut River Valley, D. Dowd Muska is a researcher, writer, editor, and commentator. His focus is the nexus of fiscal policy, economic development, and technology. Mr. Muska is the author of numerous policy studies, and his writing has appeared in newspapers throughout the nation, including the Las Vegas Review-Journal, The Detroit News, the Orlando Sentinel, the Cape Cod Times, the Santa Fe New Mexican, the Hartford Courant, the Waco Tribune-Herald, the Albuquerque Journal, the New Haven Register, and The Oklahoman. A graduate of The George Washington University, he lives in the Albuquerque metro area, but has started (very) early planning for a relocation to the Sierra Blanca in Lincoln County, New Mexico. He recently launched the Substack platform No Dowd About It.
For more information about the Southwest Public Policy Institute, please visit www.southwestpolicy.com.