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Courtesy of Wendy May-Dreyer

Wendy May-Dreyer, Esq. serves as the Board Chair for iCivics, the nation’s largest civic education provider, founded by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. iCivics’ vision is a thriving American democracy supported by informed and civically-engaged young people. It champions non-partisan, equitable civic education so that the practice of democracy is learned by each new generation. iCivics works to inspire life-long civic engagement by providing high-quality, engaging and free civics resources to over 140,000 teachers and 9 million students annually, in all 50 states; that equates to the majority of this nation’s middle and high school students.

Wendy has worked with iCivics for over a decade to grow its national democracy leadership, pursue reinvigoration of civic education in our schools, and inspire a new generation toward responsible civic engagement. She is a recently retired Partner from Hartline Dacus Barger Dreyer LLP in Dallas, Texas, where Wendy spent over 25 years as a trial lawyer representing national and Fortune 500 companies in litigation, crisis management services, policy directives and national product recall campaigns.

In addition to iCivics, Wendy now devotes her time to child advocacy work through Dallas CASA and World Vision. She also co-founded the Texas Civic Education Coalition, the first comprehensive bi-partisan coalition to bring together educators, policy makers, content providers, and other key stakeholders with a joint goal of bringing back effective and equitable civic education in Texas.

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