Bio: Wills Hay graduated from the University of Mississippi in May 2020. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy Leadership with an emphasis on International Relations. As an undergrad, he founded a chapter of the John Quincy Adams Society foreign policy club. Wills hosted several nationally renowned speakers from the Cato Institute and led his cohort to win the chapter of the year award in 2019. Following his undergraduate career, he expected to pursue a Fulbright Grant to teach English in Moldova. However, Covid-19 disrupted his plans. Wills took a job as a ranch hand on the Galt Ranch in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. After spending six months out west, he has moved to Washington D.C. and will be serving as our North American programming intern for this spring. His career goals include serving in the United States Foreign Service facilitating cooperation between the U.S. and foreign governments.
Favorite Figures in Liberty: Milton Friedman and Immanuel Kant
On Students For Liberty: “SFL provides an opportunity for students to learn about public policy at an early age in a welcoming and supportive environment. I consider this group fundamental to the growth of freedom on our college campuses.”