Former U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo Joins Millennial Action Project’s Bipartisan Advisory Board

Former U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo Joins Millennial Action Project’s Bipartisan Advisory Board

The Millennial Action Project (MAP), the nation’s largest nonpartisan organization of young lawmakers working to bridge the partisan divide, announced today that former U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo will join its Advisory Board. As a member of the Advisory Board, Curbelo will provide strategic guidance and support for MAP’s involvement with Congressional leaders and Millennial legislators across the country.

Bridging generational and partisan divides in Congress: Q&A with Millennial Action Project President Steven Olikara

Bridging generational and partisan divides in Congress: Q&A with Millennial Action Project President Steven Olikara

Steven Olikara is the founder and president of the Millennial Action Project, a nonpartisan organization of young U.S. policymakers working to overcome partisanship and strengthen U.S. democracy. He told me he’s hopeful the new Congress can bridge both generational and partisan divides to increase congressional deliberation and enact bipartisan legislation.

Millennial Action Project: 116th Congress is the Youngest in a Generation

Millennial Action Project: 116th Congress is the Youngest in a Generation

On January 3rd, 2018, a record 32 Millennials will be sworn into the 116th Congress. The 115th Congress was one of the oldest in history – the average American was 20 years younger than their representative – and this group of young members will significantly lower the average age of Congress to better represent the population of the United States.