Matthew Masino is a rising senior at Loyola University Maryland where he studies political science and history. Matt is originally from Wayne, New Jersey, where he first became engaged in the Conservative Movement. On campus Matt advances the core principles of the Conservative Movement while also founding a political science club. He has volunteered on congressional, gubernatorial, and Presidential efforts throughout his years in high school and college. Matt recently completed two internships on Capitol Hill, working for Representatives Rodney P. Frelinghuysen (NJ-11) and Dennis A. Ross (FL-15). This past fall, Matt studied abroad in Madrid, Spain, where he traveled to twelve countries in Europe and North Africa.

In New Jersey, Matt has attended several Reagan Day Dinners sponsored by Young America’s Foundation. Last summer Matt attended the National Conservative Student Conference where he heard from prominent conservatives. Matt is honored to be a William & Berniece Grewcock Intern Scholar, working with Young America’s Foundation at their national headquarters. He is looking forward to advancing the work of the Conservative Movement during conferences for high school and college students as well through other Foundation projects this summer.