Drew Vessely joined EdChoice—formerly the Friedman Foundation—in January 2011. As art director, Drew oversees the branding and design of all of EdChoice’s marketing and research materials. He also works with local organizations to provide graphic design consultation.
Prior to joining EdChoice, Drew provided graphic design, direct mail, and pre-press assistance to a number of Indianapolis-based businesses.
Drew is a native of Indianapolis. He studied illustration and advertising at Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio.
Mark Stratton, Middle School Art Teacher
Kelli Park, High School Art Teacher
“It [education] is favourable to liberty. Freedom can exist only in the society of knowledge. Without learning, men are incapable of knowing their rights, and where learning is confined to a few people, liberty can be neither equal nor universal.”
– Dr. Benjamin Rush
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Inspiration for Joining the Educational Choice Movement
I joined the educational choice movement because I believe that education is essential for a free society to flourish, but government-administered schooling is not the way to achieve quality educational options for all children. School choice pushes back against the government monopoly by empowering parents with the freedom to choose the best schooling option for their children, ultimately promoting freedom for us all.