Young America’s Foundation is excited to name Kyle Ferrebee the new executive director of Young Americans for Freedom, a project of Young America’s Foundation.

As the head of Young Americans for Freedom, Kyle will build on YAF’s rich, historic legacy of impactful conservative activism at schools nationwide. At 25 years old, Kyle is one of the youngest leaders of a national organization, serving as a prime example of YAF’s success in identifying, training, and producing patriotic and influential leaders.

Young America’s Foundation Vice President Patrick Coyle, the previous executive director of Young Americans for Freedom, said, “It is exciting to see the growth in Young Americans for Freedom over the last few years through Kyle’s enthusiastic work. I look forward to seeing all the new young leaders Kyle will bring to YAF as executive director.”

“Kyle is one of the most experienced campus organizers in America,” stated YAF National Chairman Grant Strobl. “His new role as executive director gives him the ability to grow YAF to new heights. I am excited to engage with Kyle and the YAF team on YAF’s strategic vision and see it in action.”

Kyle previously served Young America’s Foundation as a program officer and later as

the director of YAF chapter services. As a student, Kyle was a YAF chapter chairman at his alma mater, Wingate University, and served as a William & Berniece Grewcock Intern Scholar at the Foundation’s national headquarters before joining the staff full time.

Throughout his tenure at the Foundation, Kyle has helped form more than 500 YAF chapters across the country. Along with the Foundation’s dedicated program team, he guides students as they organize thousands of student activism projects, including demonstrations to secure U.S. borders, initiatives to support Second Amendment rights on campus, and rallies to protect historic statues, among other.