Sound policies brought about the greatest economy for America’s most underserved communities with record low unemployment and skyrocketing wages for the most distressed Americans. Solutions such as low taxes, reasonable regulation, and worker prioritization worked for all Americans — and the results speak for themselves. The America First Policy Institute (AFPI) will always strive for greater access to capital, food security, and clean drinking water while supporting entrepreneurship, capital inflow to opportunity zones, and family unification. AFPI is determined to lift up our forgotten men, women, and children and to ensure they are forgotten no more.
Fatherlessness In Illinois
Fatherlessness In North Dakota
Fatherlessness In Tennessee
Fatherlessness In Oklahoma
Fatherlessness In Arizona
Fatherlessness In Texas
Fatherlessness In The National Capital Region
Fatherlessness In Mississippi
A national takeover of the home appraisal industry represents a dangerous expansion of the federal government
The Promise of Opportunity Now
Opportunity Now Profile for Georgia
Fatherlessness and Its Effects on American Society
Statement: SCOTUS Ruling on Coach Kennedy Case
Jack Brewer, Chair of the Center for Opportunity Now
The Leadership of the America First Policy Institute Provided the Following Reactions and Insight Into the State of America One Year Into the Biden Administration
Job Growth in September Stalls, Marking the Worst Month of Growth in 2021
AFPI & TPPF: BIDEN ADMINISTRATION MOVES TO THWART CRITICAL PERMITTING REFORM—SIDESTEPPING FEDERAL TRANSPARENCY AND CRIPPLING THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN INFRASTRUCTURE
AFPI 2022 Annual Policy Summit
Jack Brewer joined Fox Business to discuss BLM’s $6 million mansion and the importance of fatherhood
Happy First Birthday AFPI!
The Promise of Opportunity Now
Opportunity Now Profile for Georgia
The Biden Administration has Given up on Black America and Our Dreams
Dr. Alveda King, Jack Brewer, and Ken Blackwell
Jack Brewer joined Americas Newsroom on Fox News to discuss the issue of fatherless homes in America
An Examination of the First Year of Biden’s Presidency
What does Covid-19 Relief Funding Mean for Children?
Governor Phil Bryant and Mr. Scott Turner
Op-Ed: African Americans and the Economy under Trump
Scott Turner in National Review
Op-Ed: National Review: The Beginning of a Nationwide Natural Experiment in Labor Markets
Cale Clingenpeel in National Review | Capital Matters
Jack Brewer was raised in Grapevine, Texas, and serves as the Chair of the Center for Opportunity Now, and Vice-Chair of the Center for 1776 at AFPI. Recently, Brewer was an Advisory Board Member of Black Voices for Trump. In 2004, he started his own firm, the Brewer Group, where he serves as Chief Executive Officer and Portfolio Manager. His global charity efforts have delivered millions in emergency aid and currently provide programs to thousands living in extreme poverty. He is a White House appointee on the Congressional Commission for the Social Status of Black Men and Boys, and is currently a Professor at Fordham Gabelli School of Business, where he has created curriculum tailored for transitioning athletes and prisoners. Brewer was a team captain for the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. Brewer attended Southern Methodist University where he was a two-sport athlete, breaking the Disney World Classic record in triple jump, and was an All-American candidate as a wide receiver in football. He later transferred to the University of Minnesota, where he continued as an All-Big Ten athlete in track and football and served as the team captain. He earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Minnesota by the age of 22. Brewer resides in Florida with his wife, Cortney, and has four children: Jared, Laesha, Jackson, and Zayah.
“If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me.”
Alexandra Caro Campana is from Fort Collins, Colorado, and serves as the Director of the Center for 1776 and Director of the Center for Opportunity Now at AFPI. Campana most recently served three years in the White House under President Donald Trump, first at the Office of Management and Budget and later at the Domestic Policy Council (DPC). She led space policy and child welfare policy for DPC and helped coordinate various activities of the DPC team. She also acted as the liaison between DPC and the Office of the First Lady’s policy team and frequently helped coordinate policy rollouts for the two teams. Campana attended Pepperdine University, where she ran track and cross country and received a degree in Economics. She later earned master’s degrees in Political Economy from both Georgetown University and Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management. Campana has not stepped foot on a track since college but now enjoys running half marathons in different countries around the world.
““Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.””
Abi Dills is from Thousand Oaks, California, and serves as Executive Assistant to Chad Wolf and Policy Analyst, Center for Opportunity Now at AFPI. Previously, she was an Executive Assistant at CURE and a Digital Strategist for Olympic Media. Dills also completed the White House Internship program and was a legal intern for the Federal Communications Commission. She enjoys public speaking and competed on Patrick Henry College’s varsity Moot Court team. After planning her own wedding, Dills realized she loves wedding planning, and in her free time, she now helps her friends coordinate and plan their big day. Dills and her husband Jacob live in Falls Church, Virginia, and she spends her weekends trying to cook like Julia Child, reading, and entertaining friends.
“There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.”
Javon Price is from Fairfax, Virginia, and serves as a Policy Analyst in the Center for Opportunity Now, the Center for Second Chances, and the Center for American Security for AFPI. Price most recently worked in the United States House of Representatives as a Staff Assistant for Congressman Byron Donalds of Florida, Previously, Price interned for the White House Domestic Policy Council and the Office of American Innovation. He also interned for the Republican Governors Association and the Republican Attorneys General Association. Additionally, Price is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, where he studied International Politics with a focus on Security. Price is a veteran of the United States Air Force, having served in the Reserves from 2017-2020. He left the Air Force as a Senior Airman (E-4). When Price is not focused on politics or his studies, he enjoys watching the Dallas Cowboys compete every Sunday. Outside of football season, he is a huge fan of the Georgetown Hoyas Basketball Team and the Washington Nationals.
“The future is for those who prepare for it today.”