About This Chapter
The Conservative Young Professionals of Milwaukee (CYP), part of the Badger Institute, and America’s Future Foundation’s Milwaukee Chapter have joined forces. Future events will be combined, which will provide for more robust event capabilities.
You can access expanded opportunities for policy discussion, networking, and professional development with the next generation of leaders.
CYP Milwaukee are a group of young professionals and community leaders located in the greater Milwaukee area united in the belief that free markets, entrepreneurship, individual initiative, limited and efficient government and educational opportunity are the keys to economic prosperity and human dignity.
You are invited to join in fun networking opportunities and discussions on public policy and economic issues facing our community and state. CYP Milwaukee holds events throughout the year, including happy hours and outings.
Our common principles unite us. All are welcome!
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Kirsten Golinski is currently the development associate at the Badger Institute. Before joining the Badger Institute, Kirsten was a campaign field representative for the National Rifle Association based in Springfield, Missouri. She graduated from James Madison University in 2018 with a degree in political science and a minor in public policy and administration. While at JMU, Kirsten was involved in numerous local and statewide political campaigns. Kirsten recently joined the board of directors for the Wisconsin Forum, a local organization made up of individuals who believe the United States was built upon the foundation of individual freedoms and a limited role for government. She writes, "After moving to Wisconsin, AFF gave me the opportunity to engage with like-minded individuals, make connections in a new area, and expand my knowledge on issues. I’m looking forward to being able to provide that same opportunity to other young professionals."