Savannah Simpson is a proud University of Virginia graduate, where she earned her BA in Political Philosophy, Policy, and Law and minored in Philosophy. She spent her time studying ethics and justice and writing about children’s rights. While in college, she volunteered with Students for Liberty as a Campus Coordinator. In this role, she served as an advisor and connector for classically liberal and libertarian student groups in Virginia and Maryland. She also ran the first SFL Regional Conference in Virginia at UVA, connecting students from all over Virginia for a day of networking and learning about classical liberal ideas. She also attended an IHS summer seminar at Bryn Mawr in 2015, where her passion for the philosophy of liberty was fueled. She joined IHS in the summer of 2016 through the Koch Associate Program and now works on educational programming for undergraduate students.