Trevor is a policy analyst in the Center for Education Innovation at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. 

Trevor holds a B.A. in Politics from Princeton University, in the field of Political Theory. His senior thesis, Public Sector Privilege, critiques the theory behind the state's claim to act in the name of its citizens. At Princeton, Trevor was a member of the Debate Panel, Social Chair of the Texans Club, and part of the conservative Cliosophic Party as a member of the American Whig-Cliosophic Society.
Already familiar with the Foundation’s work from his time as a policy intern for the Center for Higher Education, Trevor joined the Foundation as a policy analyst in March 2015. His research spans the subjects of college affordability, administrative transparency, the future of higher education, and bureaucratic overreach.
A Texas native who grew up just an hour north of Austin, Trevor likes to spend weekends with his family back home at their ranch in Lometa. He has two younger brothers and a lovely white Labrador named Peanut.