About This Chapter
AFF-Raleigh 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.
AFF-Raleigh events bring the “doers” of Raleigh together to network, learn from each other, discuss key issues, and ultimately collaborate to improve themselves and the city as a whole.
Certificate of Need Laws: Impact in NC
Currently 36 states, including North Carolina, impose certificate-of-need (CON) restrictions on the provision of healthcare. These rules require providers to first seek permission before they may open or expand their...
AFF Effective Entreprenuership Series: Create – Grind – Grow
Join us for an interactive 5-part series designed to equip you with the tools you need to turn your idea into a thriving business. RSVP on Eventbrite includes event admission,...
3D Printed Guns, 2A Rights, & a Day at the Range
Is 3D printing a threat to public safety, or an advancement in technology that could change the world? What are 3D printed guns and how dangerous are they, really? Matt...
A Conversation with the Listen First Project
If you’ve logged into social media or turned on a television in the last four years or so, you may have noticed a startling trend toward polarization, particularly in a...
How to Get Ahead: A Guide to Personal Branding & Media
Join AFF-Raleigh for a discussion featuring Stephen Kent of Young Voices on personal branding, building credibility, and how to leverage these on media platforms - including how all of these...
Axe Throwing with AFF-Raleigh
Join AFF-Raleigh as we go axe throwing at Southern Charred at Glenwood South. We're excited to partner with Epic Axe for this event! Learn how AFF is not your typical...
Hannah Niles first became involved in politics at the age of 19. Since then, she has actively participated in and held leadership positions in several political organizations and local groups. Hannah derives the majority of her experience from state-level politics...more