The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.
– Ronald Reagan
We aren’t haunted by the bureaucratic ghosts & goblins of Big Government and their socialist schemes to reach their ghoulish goals.
Even during this Halloween season, we are not afraid of the wicked witchcraft of the welfare state and its dark spells of dependency, overregulation and inefficiency.
Who are we? We are “The Fearless Fighters for the Free Market.”
We are the Young Leaders Circle.
Join us Wednesday, October 12th
for our monthly member event in North Beach
“Private Solutions to Public Problems.”
This October we bring to you four amazing perspectives on the role of free markets in solving for some of society’s biggest challenges. From unnecessary gun violence to homelessness, the free market can solve some of society’s problems in ways the government simply cannot.
This is a Young Leaders Circle member-only (ages 21-40) event.
For more information, please contact Stephanie Watson at [email protected] or call (415) 955-6143
“Private Solutions to Public Problems”
Margot Hirsch is President of Smart Tech Challenges Foundation (STCF), a nonprofit organization that is committed to finding market-based, entrepreneurial solutions to address gun violence, which claims over 33,000 American lives annually.
Kelly McKenna is Chief Operating Officer of ArtLifting, a disruptive startup that empowers artists living with homelessness or disabilities through the celebration and sale of their artwork.
Carson J.F. Bruno is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution who primarily studies California public policy, electoral politics, and public opinion. His central interest is in developing market-efficient and effective policies that complement California public opinion and spur economic growth, advance personal liberty, and improve economic mobility within the state.
Steven F. Hayward is currently a visiting fellow at the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley and has been senior fellow at the Pacific Research Institute in San Francisco since 1991.