Introducing the Forge Board of Advisors

It’s my pleasure to introduce you to the Forge Leadership Network Board of Advisors. Director of Operations Jennifer Reno, Board Chairman Justin Powell, and I (all pictured above) are humbled to have Marshall Gipe, Zachary Good, Michael Hamilton, John Hart, Matthew Rawlings, and Daniel Ziegler join us on the Forge team.

[To see more people who believe in the work of Forge Leadership Network, please click here to read our testimonial page]

The vision of Forge is to train, mentor, and launch the next generation of conservative leaders in the public square. We equip 16-24 year-olds as they desire to make a principled and effective impact on policy and culture in their future vocations. Our board shares this vision and boasts phenomenal experience, having impacted the public square in a litany of meaningful ways.

The collective experience of the Forge Board of Advisors boasts law and seminary degrees and undergraduate honors and distinctions from Hillsdale College and other fine institutions. We have writers, pastors, editors, attorneys, small-business owners and entreprenuers, board members of civic organizations, business coaches and consultants, public policy and think tank experts, conservative movement leaders, former staffers to the White House and Capitol Hill, university professors, and innovative educators transforming secondary education.

[To read each board member’s bio, please click here]

The Forge Board represents a wealth of wisdom that advises Jennifer and I as we lead Forge forward and a combination of experience and integrity that lends great mentoring and networking support to young leaders looking to make their mark in similar vocations.

Sincerely,

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Adam Josefczyk

Executive Director – Forge Leadership Network

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Adam Josefczyk
Adam is passionate about investing his future in the future of students who will become the next innovators in the marketplace, champions of free enterprise, inspiring educators, shapers of culture, and statesmen and stateswomen in government.

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  1. March 22, 2015
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    Thank you so much

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