About This Chapter
AF-Indianapolis 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. You can attend events that bring together like-minded advocates in Indianapolis to network, learn from each other, discuss key issues, and ultimately collaborate to improve themselves and the city as a whole.
AF-Indianapolis: Annual Holiday Party
In 2021, AF-Indianapolis partnered with non-profits, small businesses, and thought leaders to build community and develop lifelong advocates for freedom. Join us on Thursday, Dec. 2 to celebrate the holidays,...
AF-Indianapolis Dinner and Dialogue: Politeness vs. Civility
It’s no secret that we live in divided times. Nor is the problem of political and social division anything new. For decades, think tanks, academics and writers have made valiant...
AF-Indianapolis Dinner and Dialogue: Rethinking Poverty and Welfare
On July 15, the parents of about 60 million American children began receiving monthly direct deposits or checks of up to $300 under the American Rescue Plan passed by Congress...
Chloe Anagnos is a writer, digital content creator, and marketer. Her work has been the subject of articles on the FOX News, USA Today, CNN Money, and WIRED websites. She is a contributing writer for The Advocates for Self-Government, the Tax Revolution Institute, the Dollar Vigilante, and the American Institute for Economic Research. She frequents panels on subjects like political marketing, campaigning, social media, and leadership. In 2016, she was named as one of Indianapolis’ most promising up and coming young talent in Vol. 9 of Pattern Magazine. She has two BA's from Ball State University in journalism and telecommunications and is working on an MA in emerging media, design, and development from the same institution. She writes, "The presence of America's Future is imperative to our community so that we can showcase the power of free markets and liberty in everyday life and how we can take part in preserving it."