Yes, AFF will help you start a chapter in your city! AFF's team would like to speak with you about the opportunities and resources available so you can host successful events and provide a valuable resource to build the liberty movement in your city. Please contact Kathryn Shelton
AFF defines leadership as the action of leading followers toward a common goal. AFF’s notion of leadership is situational—that is, time and place dependent. Ultimately, AFF cannot make leaders. But AFF can enhance the probability that when a leadership situation arises, when the challenge calls, people who embrace free market solutions will be ready to lead. AFF recognizes that not all leadership must be done with authority. Leadership can be exerted from within organizations, outside politics, and through media — not just from the top. Accordingly, AFF succeeds when its members become effective, lifelong advocates as policy analysts, writers, media strategists, campaigners, parents, negotiators on Capitol Hill, philanthropists, and managers—not just when an AFF members become congressmen or CEOs.
AFF members generally self-identify as conservatives, libertarians, and independents because what binds us are simple principles that result in a society where free enterprise, limited government, and personal responsibility prevail. Those principles include private property, integrity, and the rule of law as understood in the U.S. Constitution but also by classical liberal thinkers such as Milton Friedman, Friedrich Hayek, and Ludwig Von Mises. Clearly, there are debates about what these ideas mean in modern times - but AFF provides a unique venue in which to discuss and debate with your peers. We work to maintain a balance of libertarians and conservatives among our staff, board, advisors, and executives. However you self-identify, you will find friends at AFF who are passionate about ideas like you.
AFF is a 501(c)(3) non-partisan educational organization that does not lobby or endorse (for or against) any candidate or legislation. Topics discussed by AFF speakers and writers involve a wide variety of public policy issues from many perspectives.
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AFF hosts different kinds of programs in Washington, D.C., and cities around the country where young professionals can network, learn more about the ideas of liberty, and practice professional skills in a unique setting. Visit this page
to see upcoming programs.
AFF regularly hosts interns in Washington, D.C., but only through partner programs as we are able. If interested, please apply to the Koch Internship Program, the Fund for American Studies, or Students for Liberty. We also seek regular volunteers, so please contact Jaci Woltornist
(DC) or Heather Pfitzenmaier
(chapters) to learn more.