When you think of Wisconsin, you might picture cheese heads rooting for the Packers, a craft brewery, or a farm. However, Mary Beth Gahn looks to highlight entrepreneurship and the benefits of free markets in the Badger State.
Mary Beth is a sales professional with a background in retail and wholesale operations, and the nonprofit, fashion, and food manufacturing industries. When she’s not selling something, she enjoys policy discussions surrounding a pro-human platform, volunteering for disability rights and awareness, and serving the congregation at her Catholic parish.
She is the AFF chapter leader in Milwaukee, where the group partners with the Wisconsin Institute for Policy Research and the Young Conservative Professionals of Milwaukee.
Gahn also enjoys learning about wine and its cultural influence, cooking for friends, and looking for a good reason to go to the gym before work. She is a magna cum laude alumna of Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri.
She says, “In southeastern Wisconsin, America’s Future Foundation augments a passionate grassroots movement of entrepreneurship, personal responsibility and fiscal discipline. It provides us with a link to liberty-minded people in other communities, and a framework for our members to explore policy ideas and promote conservative and libertarian ideals.”