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Forbes Magazine recently released their “30 Under 30” list, which featured an impressive number of Heritage alumni and staff in both the “law & policy” and “energy” categories.

James Braid, an alumnus of Heritage Action, is the Deputy Chief of Staff at the Office of the Honorable Ted Budd and one of the House Freedom Caucus’ top policy minds at only 27 years old.

Forbes recognized him in the “law and policy” category.

Ann Conant, an alumnus of The Heritage Foundation, is the Assistant to the Deputy Director at the White House Domestic Policy Council and manages the operations of President Trump’s key policy arm at only 27 years old.

Forbes recognized her in the “law and policy” category.

Jeet Guram, an alumnus of our Health Fellows program, is the Senior Adviser to the Administrator at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, subsidizing health coverage for over 100 million Americans at only 29 years old.

Forbes recognized him in the “law and policy” category.

Jacob Reses, an alumnus of our Health Fellows program, is the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Advisor to the CEO at Heritage Action for America, one of the most influential conservative organizations in the country, at only 26 years old.

Forbes recognized him in the “law and policy” category.

Jordan Richardson, an alumnus of our Young Leaders internship program, is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Charles Koch Institute and a leading voice in the criminal justice reform movement at only 28 years old.

Forbes recognized him in the “law and policy” category.

Lauren Salz, an alumnus of our Young Leaders internship program, is the Cofounder of sealed.com, which takes an actuarial approach to calculating energy savings and originates contracts with 20 years of cashflows at only 29 years old.

Forbes recognized her in the “energy” category.

With young leaders like this on our side we have hope for a brighter future.

Thank you for all you’ve done to help support these young men and women.

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