He received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 1995 and his Juris Doctor in 2001.
Despite the many interesting career paths he has taken, Joe Wolverton believes he was born to be a teacher.
Joe began his teaching career as a professor of American government at the high school and college level, quickly becoming a popular professor with a talent for making difficult subjects simple and dull subjects exciting.
While a professor at Chattanooga State, Joe was chosen as professor of the semester four times in a row by students in the Department of Social Sciences.
Joe lives to share timeless principles of liberty with young men and women and to help them use their new knowledge in becoming friends of freedom and defenders of the Constitution.
Upon returning from a full-time church mission to Mexico City, Joe earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science at Brigham Young University. After college, Joe returned home to Memphis, Tennessee to attend law school. He earned his Juris Doctorate in 2001 and practiced law as a constitutional attorney until 2009.
In 2009, Joe continued educating people about the principles of liberty, only this time as a writer for The New American magazine and as a public speaker. Joe traveled nationwide sharing the truth about the role of morality and individual responsibility in free societies. His articles still appear regularly in numerous national and international publications.
Joe and his wife, Kylee, are thrilled to call Arizona home and he is honored, humbled, and happy to be counted among the extraordinary faculty of Heritage Academy.