About This Chapter
Join AFF’s DC Chapter to learn and develop your skills in the nation’s capital with a unique group of liberty-minded peers. We offer multiple opportunities to learn from established professionals, network with prominent leaders in the community, and expand your influence.
Are you interested in fun and unique networking events? Attend our Writers Happy Hour, Reaganpalooza, the AFF Gala, and more!
Are you interested in expanding your skill set and learning from established professionals? Join our Writing Fellows Program, learn at our “Welcome to Washington” panel, and more!
Are you interested in volunteering and being a part of a team working for liberty? Volunteer for one of our events or join our chapter board!
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Grace Morgan is the director of external relations at the Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA), where she is tasked with developing coalition relationships, managing TPA's communications and outreach efforts, and hosting TPA's podcast. Prior to working at TPA, Grace was the deputy CPAC director for the American Conservative Union. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in criminology. She writes, “AFF has allowed me to grow professionally, while also developing great friendships that I know will last a lifetime. This organization has the ability to bring a variety of people together to learn and network, which is essential in DC!”