Thursday, August 10, 2017

America's Future Foundation seeks new director

Outgoing director Roger Custer writes:

Friends,
After six years at America's Future Foundation, I've accepted a position as director of foundation relations with the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS), starting September 5, 2017.  It's an incredible opportunity to grow their work to educate students for liberty and empower faculty to make long-term change on campus.  As you know, this is a personal passion of mine all the way back to my days as a YAF activist at Ithaca College. 

We have grown AFF to record levels, both quantitatively and qualitatively.  This is evidenced by the launch of the 27th and 28th chapter this month, and the pipeline of talent that is emerging to influence the Millennial generation with free market solutions.    
For more than two decades, AFF has incubated the talents not just of our members, but of our leadership as well. Former AFF executive directors and senior leaders now serve in executive positions at leading think tanks, activist groups, and in the private sector. Thousands of other AFF alumni are in positions of influence thanks to your investment in their education and development. 

You can read about the search for a new executive director here.  In the mean time, Heather Pfitzenmaier will serve as interim executive director.       

It has been an honor to serve AFF these past six years. I am proud of the growth of the organization and everything we’ve accomplished. It’s very exciting to think about all the talented people you and AFF have touched, and the impact they will have over the next 20 to 30 years in the world of ideas.  This month's chapter launches in Portland and Jacksonville are just the latest examples. 

The board and I are fully committed to finding AFF's new CEO and equipping him or her with the tools necessary to bring AFF to the next level.  Together we can inspire the Millennial generation to embrace free markets, limited government, and personal responsibility.  

Again, thank you for your support, and I look forward to working with you in a new capacity soon. 
Sincerely,
Roger 

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