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The 2021 Young America’s Foundation Cruise

Cruise Fares:
As low as $6,099 per person

From / To:
Rome to Athens

Dates:
September 28 to October 11, 2021

Ship:
Crystal Symphony

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Governor Scott Walker

Young America's Foundation

President-Elect

Governor Scott Walker was raised with a heart for public service, patriotism, and hard work. He moved to the small town of Delavan, Wisconsin, when he was in third grade. There, his father was a minister and his mother worked part time as a bookkeeper and secretary. Governor Walker was active in school, sports, church, Scouts, and American Legion's Badger Boys State and Boys Nation programs. In June 1993, he was elected to the state assembly, where he helped lead the way on welfare reform, public safety, and educational opportunities. In 2002, he was elected to the Milwaukee County executive office. In this position, Governor Walker worked to reform the scandal-ridden county government and faithfully kept his promise to spend taxpayer money as if it were his own. In 2008, he won re-election with nearly 60 percent of the vote. On November 2, 2010, he was elected the 45th Governor of Wisconsin. Inheriting a $3.6 billion budget deficit, $800 million worth of unpaid bills, and an eight percent unemployment rate, he immediately implemented reforms to renew economic revival, fiscal order, and government accountability in Wisconsin. Governor Walker became the only governor in American history to survive a recall election on June 5, 2012. He was re-elected in 2014 and sworn into a second term on January 5, 2015. Governor Walker is currently Young America's Foundation's president-elect, a role he will take on full-time in early 2021. He also serves on the board of trustees for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars within the Smithsonian Institute and is national honorary chairman of the Center for State-led National Debt Solutions. He and his wife, Tonette, have two sons.

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Andrew Puzder

CKE Restaurant Holdings, Inc.

CEO

Andy Puzder is the recent CEO of CKE Restaurant Holdings, Inc., which owns, operates, and franchises popular restaurant brands Carl's Jr., Hardee's, Green Burrito, and Red Burrito. Known as a turnaround king for guiding both Carl's Jr. and Hardee's out of financial turmoil before fusing the two fast-food businesses, he is credited with growing CKE into the mega-corporation it is today. In 2017, Puzder, who served as an economic adviser and spokesman for Gov. Mitt Romney, was nominated by President-elect Donald Trump to be United States Secretary of Labor. Puzder later withdrew his nomination. Now retired from CKE, Puzder speaks widely on the topics of free enterprise, regulation, employment, labor, job automation, and the future of consumer goods industries. Puzder is the author of The Trump Boom: America's Soaring Economy and the Left's Plot to Stop It and Job Creation: How It Really Works and Why Government Doesn't Understand It. He is an author on economic and legal issues often published in the Wall Street Journal and Forbes, as well as a frequent guest on business news programs, including Your World with Neil Cavuto. He earned a Juris Doctorate in 1978 from Washington University School of Law, where he served as senior editor on the Law Review. He is a member and national council co-chair of the American Enterprise Institute and the recipient of many awards for his outstanding contributions to the business world.

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Daniel Hannan

Member of the European Parliment

Brexit Leader, Writer

Daniel Hannan is an author and columnist. He succeeded in abolishing his position as a MEP after 21 years.

He is president of the Initiative for Free Trade, a visiting professor at the University of Francisco Marroquand a visiting Lecturer at the University of Winchester.

Hannan is the author of nine books, including the New York Times bestseller Inventing Freedom: How the English-Speaking Peoples Made the Modern World and the Sunday Times bestseller Vote Leave. His latest book is What Next: How to Get the Best from Brexit.

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Andrew Coffin

Young America's Foundation

Vice President & Director of the Reagan Ranch

Andrew Coffin is a vice president of Young America's Foundation and the director of the Reagan Ranch. Beginning his service with the Foundation in 2001, Andrew is the longest serving team member in the Santa Barbara office. Andrew has been active in every facet of the Reagan Ranch project: student outreach programs (including the launching of the annual College Conference at the Reagan Ranch), communications, development, and the completion of the Reagan Ranch Center. Formerly, Andrew was a staff assistant in the communications office of the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives; this office was assigned to handle receipt of the report of the Independent Counsel's investigation of President Clinton. Andrew also served for five years as a correspondent for WORLD Magazine, writing on film and culture for the national news weekly.


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