Alumnus Named to Washington Examiner’s “30 Under 30” List
Alec Sears, a 2015 DC graduate, was named a member of the Red Alert Politics’ 2018 class of “30 under 30” honorees in the Washington Examiner on Monday. The list highlights conservative millennial leaders who are making an exceptional impact in their communities or on their campuses.
The twenty-two-year-old Sears is the Vice President of Lone Conservative, a group founded to give college conservatives a voice on campus. Previously, he has held a number of roles in the conservative movement: a campus activist, journalist, and organization executive. While he was a student at Wright State University, Sears ran a club for conservatives on campus and hosted a weekly meeting to recruit and debate. He currently works at an Alexandria, Virginia based PR firm.
Alex credits much of his success to Forge Leadership Network, a conservative group founded by former DC teacher Adam Josefczyk that seeks to mentor, train, and connect young conservatives, equipping them to lead in politics, culture, and business.
“Conservatism is a pillar of societal balance. It carries the values that best support a long-standing and thriving society, and closely reflects Christian teachings,” says Sears. “Conservative policy and activism has been a dominant force for good since its inception and I am proud to be a part of that work.”
Congratulations, Alec, for this honor!
You can read the Washington Examiner article HERE.