Kamron Kompani, graduate of Arizona State University with a B.S. in political science, and a 2018 College of Law graduate, has recently been awarded a yearlong Public Policy Fellowship with The Fund for American Studies (TFAS).
Last month, the fellowship welcomed 18 rising stars from across the United States, who will spend the next year discussing the fundamental questions and challenges a free society must address in order to flourish, as well as the unique advantages it can enjoy. The fellowship allows young professionals like Kamron to foster strong connections with peers working in public policy while building an understanding of the principles of government through deliberation and debate.
Kamron is a deputy director of the student division at The Federalist Society. In this role, he works with over 200 student chapters around the country to promote debate and discussion on important legal and policy issues on law school campuses.