The conservative movement is full of bright young stars. With the kind of talent we’ve got now, we will be strong for years to come. While the liberals are planning to run 60 and 70 year olds for office, we have a plethora of individuals under 40 who will no doubt do big things in the next decade or so. Not only do we have a strong bench, it is stacked with some amazing women. Here at FFL, we are all about empowering conservative women. We’d like to highlight ten young conservative women you should watch in the years to come, but this is by no means an exhaustive list. These young women are bright, beautiful, and bold and are not afraid to stand up and fight for what they believe in and what is right. These women come from all sectors, from business to government to nonprofits and the media. They have a great future ahead of them, and the conservative movement’s future is even brighter with them in it.

  • Lauren McCue

    Twitter / Lauren McCue

Lauren McCue has been making moves in the conservative movement since college. She was a Young Americans for Freedom activist at Virginia Tech and made a huge impact around the country when she fought the administration after they tried to take away her club’s funding when they hosted Bay Buchanan. Since then, she’s joined the team at Young America’s Foundation and works to instill the activist spirit in college students around the country.

  • Alex Smith

    Twitter / Alex Smith

Alex Smith is the chairwoman of the College Republican National Committee and has become a shining light for the Republican Party in the age of Trump and other upheaval within the party. She’s an amazing speaker who inspires young men and women alike to stand up for their beliefs and to be proud of their party. No doubt she will do great things after her tenure at CRNC comes to a close this summer.

  • Amanda Owens

    Twitter / Amanda Owens

Amanda Owens is the founder of Future Female Leaders of America, this website that you’re reading right now. She’s become a national figure, spoken at CPAC, been featured on numerous news outlets, and has become an amazing role model for conservative women around the country. She is our boss here at FFL and an inspiration on a daily basis. Her heart and soul has been poured into FFL. She is an empowered woman who is encouraging us to empower other conservative women,

  • Lauren Noble

    LinkedIn / Lauren Noble

Lauren Noble is fighting a battle for free speech on one of the most liberal college campuses in the nation. Noble founded the William F Buckley Jr Program at Yale University to fight for free speech and intellectual diversity. Since creating the program, they have gained national notoriety for their campus speakers, including Ayan Hirsi Ali and Ben Carson, the protest to their free speech conference, and their annual dis-invitation dinner in NYC. She is a beacon of hope for college conservatives on uber liberal campuses.

  • Gabby Morrongiello

    Twitter / Gabby Morrongiello

We need more truth seeking journalists in media, and Gabby is one of those making waves against fake news. She’s a White House Reporter, and was just named Washington  and she’s under 30. She’s a graduate of the National Journalism Center, so she’s trained for her job and she’s ready to get to work. You can currently find her writing for the Washington Examiner. Follow her on Twitter for some great tweets and to stay up to date with what’s happening a the White House.

  • Lila Rose

    Twitter / Lila Rose

Lila Rose is an outspoken pro-life activist, even going undercover to expose the horrors that happen at Planned Parenthood every single day. She founded the pro-life group Live Action when she was only 15 years old. She’s only 28 years old, and she’s already spent over a decade fighting for life on college campuses and beyond.  She has made amazing advances in activism. Lila has showed the world how brutal abortion is and the terrible tactics used by abortion providers and supporters that hurt women and children.  She’s an amazing leader for the movement and we cannot wait to see what an impact she will make in the long run.

  • Elise Stefanik

    Twitter / Elise Stefanik

Young women are the future of the GOP and Elise Stefanik is one of the people leading the way. She is the youngest woman to ever serve in United States Congress, serving the 21st district from New York, a state not known for being the most welcoming place for conservatives.  She’s worked tirelessly on bipartisan bills including the Flexible Pell Grant for 21st Century Students Act and the Bipartisan Budget Act. Elise proving that you can be a young conservative woman and run for office. She won her Congressional election by over 20 points. We are sure she has a bright future ahead of her in Congress and beyond.

  • Sarah Isgur Flores

    Linkedin / Sarah Isgur Flores

Female campaign managers are becoming the new norm and we love it. Sarah Isgur Flores served as the deputy campaign manager for Carly Fiorina’s 2016 presidential campaign. Other campaigns she’s worked on include Ted Cruz’s congressional campaign. Previously, she worked in the Office of Congressional Communication at the Federal Aviation Administration and holds a law degree from Harvard. She’s definitely going to keep making waves in the movement, especially on campaigns, and she is one to watch.

  • Saira Blaire

    Twitter / Saira Blair

Who says the GOP is full of old guys? Not Saira Blair. In 2014, she broke all records by becoming the youngest person, of any gender, to be elected to a state or federal office. She was only 17. That’s right, she couldn’t even vote yet when she was elected to serve in the West Virginia House of Delegates. She’s sponsored legislation on Voter ID laws. In addition, she secured an extra half million dollars in funding for a local community college. She’s doing so much already for the Republican Party. We’re certain Ms. Blaire has a whole life of political success ahead of her.

  • Gabriella Hoffman

    Twitter / Gabriella Hoffman

There aren’t enough conservatives in the media, and Gabriella Hoffman is changing that on her own. She’s a young conservative blogger and media strategist who is also a prolific writer. Gabriella doing amazing things promoting outdoorsmanship and a love for the second amendment in all of her writings and media strategizing for others. She’s also the daughter of Lithuanian immigrants and knows firsthand the power of the American dream. She’s going to be a major influencer in the years to come. It’s great to have her on our side. 

Aryssa D
FFL Cabinet Member
Aryssa is a student at Yale University, where she enjoys worshiping the patriarchy, making sandwiches, and finding a husband. She loves wearing her FFL gear and documenting the horrific expressions that ensue for her scrapbook. When she is not being "oppressed" by the patriarchy, she enjoys Lilly Pulitzer and classic novels.

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