I'm a student, jazz saxophonist, and writer with ties to the Midwest and rural Northeast. I'm a senior at Williams College in Massachusetts, where I'm a political science major specializing in "Individual liberty in theory and practice" and writing a senior thesis on the Ninth Amendment. I spent my junior year at the University of Oxford in the U.K. studying literature, philosophy, and political thought.
I'm co-president of our campus Republican group (the Garfield Republican Club, named for President James Garfield, a Williams alumnus and Republican reformer) and founding co-president of our Alexander Hamilton Society chapter (that's a national network of campus organizations dedicated to challenging liberal unanimity in academia in re foreign affairs and national security).
I have been honored to serve several center-right candidates and non-profits as an intern, advisor, or staffer.
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