About This Chapter
After a brief hiatus, AF-Atlanta is back, and excited to work on returning to being the largest AF chapter! Do you want to transform Atlanta into a place where freedom thrives? Are you looking to network, learn from like-minded peers, and discuss key issues? AF-Atlanta is a professional development network for individuals who believe in the power of personal liberty, entrepreneurship, and innovation–channeled through free markets–to promote positive social change. Previous events have celebrated National School Choice Week, discussed The Conservatarian Manifesto, and debated trade policy.
AF-Atlanta Learning Liberty at Bold Monk Brewing Co. Featuring Hannah Cox
Join us on November 9th at 7 PM for the 2021 AF-Atlanta Learning Liberty event at Bold Monk Brewing Co. There will be free food and drinks, fun conversations, and...
AF-Atlanta Kickoff Event
Join us on October 28th at 7 PM for the 2021 kick-off of AF-Atlanta! There will be free food and drinks, fun conversations, and a fantastic speaker - Atlanta's own...
“Who Killed Civil Society”: A Conversation with Howard Husock
Well into the 20th century, private philanthropy and a robust network of civil society organizations helped the poor and needy in America. Today, we’ve ceded so much of that to...
Kennedy Atkins is a native of Birmingham, Ala., and a graduate of Samford University who joined the Georgia Public Policy Foundation Foundation as Development Associate in 2019 and was named Donor Relations Manager in 2020. Kennedy graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a minor in French. He joined America's Future in 2021.
Grace Fendrick is a born and raised North Carolinian. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2020 with her Bachelor of Arts in political science, with minors in criminal justice and American studies. During college, Grace worked with a variety of liberty-minded organizations and discovered her passion for nonprofit fundraising through participating in the State Policy Network's Development Apprentice Program. Through that program, she was introduced to the Georgia Center for Opportunity, where she worked for over 2 years. Now, Grace works remotely as Students For Liberty's Donor Relations Officer. Three of the issues she is most passionate about are criminal justice reform, school choice, and ending stadium subsidies.
Nico Zviovich is an Atlanta-based interdisciplinary communicator whose passions for persuasion and politics have led him to work in public affairs. In addition to his undergraduate studies in international affairs at George Washington University, Nico has built on his policy knowledge through his studies at Peking University and in his current work at a strategic communications and public affairs firm. He hopes to use his communication skills to advocate for liberty throughout the state of Georgia.