is the President of Generation Opportunity
, an organization advocating for economic opportunity for 18-34 year olds through less government and more freedom.
In 2012, Evan
became one of the first Millennials to run for United States Congress
hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Although unsuccessful, his
bid garnered significant national attention and deepened his
conviction that engaging and mobilizing the next generation is the key to winning the future for freedom.
Previously, Evan served as a senior aide to U.S. Senators Rand Paul and Tom Coburn and as a researcher at the Heritage Foundation.
Evan is married to Sarah Feinberg, an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps and Iraq War veteran.