About This Chapter
Do you want to transform Michigan into a place where liberty thrives? Are you looking to network, learn from like-minded young professionals, and discuss key issues affecting our state and country? AFF Detroit 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. The third Wednesday of each month, we come together for panels, policy discussions, happy hours, and networking.
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Heather Pfitzenmaier is AFF's full-time executive vice president and leader of the Detroit chapter. She oversees AFF's programs nationwide. Pfitzenmaier previously served as director of the Young Leaders Program, and earlier as intern coordinator, at the Heritage Foundation from 2007-2015....more