Urban Policy Fellow
Cutter W. González serves as the Urban Policy Fellow at Lone Star Policy Institute. In this capacity, he directs an extensive research program and advises the Institute on its development and communications strategies. Cutter is a professional geographer and musician. He is an experienced public policy professional, with backgrounds in policy formulation, research and writing, campaign management, and design. Prior to joining Lone Star Policy Institute was a practicing planner, music educator, and graphic designer. During his geography studies at Texas State University, he focused on water security and urban geography. He is a global advocate for free markets, and his work appears regularly in national, state, and local media.