Officers

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Katrina Darst, President

Brendan Bennett, Vice President

Holly Neuhaus, Secretary

Bob Flecksteiner, Treasurer

Ben Watkins, Outreach Director

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  • Successful UTEP YAL Incarceration Nation event!
    On Thursday, April 9, 2015 the Young Americans for Liberty Chapter at University of Texas, El Paso hosted an incredible and successful event to create awareness and educate students on the dangerously and rapidly rising incarceration rates of our nation and of our world.We had three public speakers, Robert Vega Jr. - a motivational speaker […]
  • Spring 2015 at the University of Wyoming
    Beginning mid-semester, YAL at University of Wyoming became an officially recognized student organization. We started out by putting up posters advertising the group and testing out tabling. I wrote about this event here:http://www.yaliberty.org/posts/first-tabling-event-at-university-of-wyomingShortly after, Abe Alassaf from the Leadership Institute came to help us table and he was awesome! We got over 30 sign-ups in […]

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