Meet Reggie Wallace, AF’s New Programs and Communications Intern
America’s Future Foundation is excited to welcome our programs and communications intern, Reggie Wallace! Reggie is a junior at Wake Forest University studying economics and German. He is greatly involved on campus as a tour guide, mentor for first-gen students, and an Intercultural Ambassador for Wake Forest. He also participates in seminars and research which largely focus on the economics of happiness. Reggie finds great satisfaction in helping foster community and respectful dialogue across campus in a day and age where politics and differing opinions have created division. In his free time, he enjoys cycling, spending time with friends, and learning new things.
Get to know more about Reggie!
Why did you decide to work with America’s Future Foundation?
I decided to work with AF because I strongly believe in their mission to advocate for our liberties as citizens and to equip young individuals with the skillset to effectively communicate in the modern age.
What are you most excited for in joining AF as the programs and communication intern?
I am most excited to be directly communicating with people and helping further the goals of the foundation through it.
What helpful skill do you hold that people could ask you for advice on?
I am a great listener and pride myself in having a very open mind.
Honorable Business: A Framework for Business in a Just and Humane Society by James Otteson.
What’s your go-to coffee order?
Venti cold brew, no creamer, slightly sweetened.
What’s your favorite place to travel to?