Attend Leadership & Freedom – A Conversation with Kay Coles James (Virtual)
What is leadership? How do you become a leader in your life, in your career, and in the country? What is the future of freedom in the United States and what can you do to make a difference?
We’re sitting down with one of the country’s most influential conservative leaders, Kay Coles James, president of The Heritage Foundation, to discuss all of this and more.
Join America’s Future for this virtual conversation, hosted and sponsored by AF-Jackson, but open to the whole AF community on Monday, April 12, at 6:30 pm ET/5:30 pm CT.
Please register below in advance to receive your Zoom link. We look forward to seeing you there for this exciting and important conversation.
About Kay Coles James:
Kay C. James has served as the president of The Heritage Foundation, America’s premier conservative think tank, since 2018. She has also served as a trustee of the board since 2005.
Throughout her tenure at Heritage, she has been dedicated to helping formulate and promote solutions to the many issues Americans face—from fighting poverty to improving our schools and our health care system to reducing the size and scope of government. These public policy solutions are developed under her direction as president and are based on the principles of individual freedom, limited government, free enterprise, traditional American values, and a strong national defense.
With an unwavering commitment to Heritage’s members, its board and staff, and to the American people, Mrs. James has pushed the organization to new heights. Under her leadership, for three years in a row, Heritage has been named the No. 1 think tank in the world for its impact on public policy by the University of Pennsylvania’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program, the world’s leading authority on the role policy institutes play in governments and civil societies around the globe.
One of her great passions has been guiding Heritage in its outreach and sharing of its message with young people, minorities, and women who don’t necessarily consider themselves conservative but who practice conservative principles in their own lives. Read Mrs. James’ full bio here.