National Chairman, Young Americans for Freedom
Grant Strobl is the National Chairman of Young Americans for Freedom. Several organizations have named Grant as one of the most influential young conservatives in the country, citing his work to advance conservative ideas and secure key free speech victories at his college and high school, as well as across the country.
As the founding chairman of his YAF chapter at the University of Michigan, he quickly made the chapter the most active in the nation. He held packed events including a debate between Bill Ayers and Dinesh D’Souza and a lecture by Ben Shapiro. Grant led the charge to reinstate the screening of the film American Sniper after attempts of censorship by university administration. He is also the founding chairman of his high school YAF chapter where he successfully fought administration to bring Steve Forbes to speak to an audience of 1,300 students.
VICE magazine calls Grant an “undeniable figurehead for millennial conservatism.” Grant’s hometown honored his work in the conservative movement through a proclamation of “Grant Strobl Day.” Grant has been published in the National Review, the Detroit News, Red Alert Politics, Conservative Review, Daily Signal, and Fox News. He has been quoted in several prominent national and international publications including the USA Today, Fox News, the Washington Post, and the Washington Times.
Grant is currently pursuing a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School. He graduated magna cum laude with high honors from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Studies. He has previously interned for the Committee on House Administration, Governor Rick Snyder’s re-election campaign in Michigan, the Meese Legal Center at the Heritage Foundation, “Hannity” on Fox News Channel, and the Office of the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division in the Department of Justice.