Chantal Lovell

Deputy Communications Director

cl@npri.org

Chantal Lovell joined the Nevada Policy Research Institute in January 2014 to serve as its deputy communications director. She oversees the Institute’s publications, coordinates staff media appearances and manages NPRI’s new media efforts.


Recent Work

School districts see little-to-no savings on ‘green’ schools, study shows

March 26, 2015

LAS VEGAS — The push to build “green” schools is growing in Nevada, but a new study raises questions about the payoff of meeting these costly construction standards.

Transparent Nevada updated with 2014 compensation data

March 19, 2015

LAS VEGAS — TransparentNevada.com, the website that allows users to search public employee salary and benefit information by name,  jurisdiction or job title, has been

Stop the insanity of runaway education spending

Wholesale reform needed to improve Nevada education

March 11, 2015

Today, the State of Nevada must ask itself whether it should throw more money into trying to fix its broken education system or whether it should replace it with a new-and-improved, functional model that’s working well around the country.

NPRI offers $2,500 college scholarship opportunity

Any graduating student in Clark County may apply

March 5, 2015

LAS VEGAS — The Nevada Policy Research Institute announced today it will again offer a $2,500 scholarship to a graduating Clark County high school student who shows the potential to make a significant contribution to the cause of economic liberty.

NPRI unveils new billboard

March 2, 2015

RENO — The Nevada Policy Research Institute rolled out a new billboard to help lawmakers and citizens understand how they can improve education in Nevada.

The billboard, located in Reno along the I-580 just north of W. Huffaker Lane and visible to northbound commuters — including lawmakers on their way to Reno or the airport — demonstrates why simply spending more on education won’t create better outcomes for students.