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.
How Raleigh Businesses are Pivoting during Re-Opening (Virtual Event)
Shutdowns and restrictions due to COVID have dramatically changed our sense of normal, our habits as consumers, and our practices as business owners. Join AFF-Raleigh for a conversation with some...
Virtual Event: The Government’s Response to COVID-19 in NC
How exactly are government actions at the state and local level affecting our everyday lives- now and in the coming months? Join AFF-Raleigh for a conversation on how the state...
Understanding the Market during COVID-19 (Virtual Event)
We are excited to host Joel Griffith of the Heritage Foundation for a discussion on the stock market, the housing market, and the economy as a whole in the wake...
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 and currently works for a public and political affairs consulting firm in Raleigh, NC. She writes, “While there are many political and networking events vying for your time, AFF is truly unique in their holistic commitment to personal liberty, professional development, community building, and affecting positive change. AFF provides a haven for ambitious young professionals, activists, and inquisitive minds alike. Liberty is what brings us together, but camaraderie is the lifeblood of this amazing group.”