About

I am the Director of Policy and Government Affairs for American Principles Project. In this role, I develop and advance the organization’s legislative priorities by working with allied groups and with federal and state lawmakers. Earlier this year, I co-authored a policy blueprint, Protecting Free Speech and Defending Kids: A Proposal to Amend Section 230.

Prior to joining APP in late 2014, I worked on a number of political campaigns, focusing mainly on communications and policy. In 2020, I was named a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute. I have been published at several outlets, including the New York Post, First Things, The Federalist, The Daily Caller, and The American Mind.

I graduated from Augustana College in 2010 with majors in Economics and Finance. I live in Virginia with my wife and two children.