This is my personal website, where I observe and comment on news, write on various policy matters, and also share my publications in other venues. I advocate for liberty and free markets. My policy views are generally libertarian, though I hold a traditionalist bent.
I presently serve as the Vice President of the Center for Freedom and Prosperity, having previously held the positions of Director of Government Affairs and Director of Policy and Communications. Prior to joining CF&P, I interned in foreign policy at the Cato Institute and in education and health care at the American Legislative Exchange Council. I’ve earned a B.S. in Computer Science from the Florida Institute of Technology, and an M.A. in Political Science from the University of West Florida.