United States | Marietta
I've been interested in philosophy and economics for as long as I can remember, but I first discovered libertarian thought halfway through high school. My educational background is in political theory; my major intellectual influences include Locke, Tocqueville, Smith, Hayek, Burke, and the Public Choice School. Lately I've been very interested in classical political thought and the question of a "libertarian civic virtue" At FEE, I work in two areas: Alumni Engagement and Outreach. The first involves creating and connecting FEE alumni with educational and professional opportunities and facilitating their engagement with FEE, each other, and their communities, while the second involves creating and maintaining connections with allied organizations and individuals.
Rhodes College B.A. in Political Science 2006-10
Reading, Cooking, Playing viola and bass guitar, Kayaking and other outdoor activities/skills, Blogging