Shelby Native and Senior Policy Analyst for Independent Women’s Forum Speaking at CCC


(Shelby, NC) – Shelby native and senior policy analyst for the Independent Women’s Forum, Hadley Heath, will serve as guest speaker for Cleveland Community College’s Constitution Day program to be held on Monday, September 17, at 1pm in the Mildred H. Keeter Auditorium. During the program, Heath will speak on the constitution from the perspective of a young woman working in women’s issues in government. In her role at the Independent Women’s Forum, she specializes in health care, entitlements, economics, fiscal and public policy. Heath appears frequently in print, broadcast, and radio outlets across the country, and her work has been featured in publications including Forbes, POLITICO, Roll Call, Real Clear Policy, The Tampa Tribune, National Review Online, Daily Caller and  She also manages IWF’s Health Care Lawsuits Web site.

Heath studied economic development and globalization with the School of International Training in Santiago, Chile.  She also graduated with distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Morehead-Cain Scholar with a bachelor’s degree in economics and journalism. Heath has been featured in several publications such as The STAR and The Scholar for her accomplishments.

She is 2006 graduate of Shelby High School and the daughter of Scott and Angela Health and the granddaughter of Bobbie and Charles Nalley and Betty Rose and the late Charles Heath, all of Shelby. 

This event is sponsored by the CCC Student Government Association and is being held in conjunction with the Shelby Tea Party and is free and open to the public. For more information please visit  If you plan to bring a large group, please call Student Activities Advisor, LeeAnn Lawson, at 704-669-4034.

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