Kyle Maichle is The Heartland Institute’s project manager for constitutional reform issues.
Maichle joined Heartland in April 2015. He is responsible for communicating The Heartland Institute’s positions on constitutional reform.
Prior to joining The Heartland Institute, Maichle had more than seven years experience in the communications field. He began his career as a judicial writer with the Sam Adams Alliance. He later became technical researcher and writer for the Lucy Burns Institute and became editor of Wisconsin Election Watch. He also served as a campaign consultant for presidential candidate Herman Cain in 2011.
Maichle was born in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin and spent his formative years in Appleton, Wisconsin. In December 2005, he graduated with his associate’s degree in liberal studies at Madison College and in May 2008 graduated with his bachelor’s degree in consumer sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He enjoys running, traveling, and cheering on the Green Bay Packers.