About This Hub
Join the AF-DC Hub to learn and develop your skills in the nation’s capital area 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 AF 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 leadership council!
America’s Future Capital Hub Happy Hour
Join America's Future for our first social of the year! Come hear about the awesome events we have planned for 2022 and the issue campaign we want to focus in...
AF-Capital: America’s Future Holiday House Party
It's the most wonderful time of the year and that means it's time to celebrate! We'll have an ugly sweater contest (there will be a prize), a ginger bread decorating...
Can the Force Save the World? A conversation on Star Wars and Politics
We're helping good friend and AF partner, Stephen Kent celebrate the launch of his new book: How The Force Can Fix the World: Lessons on Life, Liberty and Happiness from...
Lydia Pitea is the Marketing and Events Manager at DonorsTrust and the Program Coordinator for its young givers project, Novus Society. Her primary responsibilities include coordinating events, member engagement, communications, content creation, and assisting with client relations. Lydia joined DonorsTrust in 2016 as a participant in the Koch Associate Program and has since participated in the Atlas Network Academy and Leader Lab, as well as the America’s Future Writing Fellows Program. Lydia is a graduate of Montclair State University in New Jersey, where she received her B.S. in business administration with a concentration in marketing and a minor in political science. When not helping young professionals delve into charitable giving or hosting fun events for the Capital Area Hub, Lydia can be found volunteering at her church and bopping around the Capital Hub area for epic day trips. Lydia is an avid reader and traveler, an excellent petter of cats, and a believer in all things magical (and yes, that means unicorns).