Quillan Robinson, Government Affairs Director
Quill is a recent graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle. He majored in Political Science and International Studies, with a focus on Central Europe. As an undergrad, Quill gained political experience working on campaigns, interning in the US Senate, and conducting research for a local free-market think tank.
A Seattle native, Quill grew up backpacking, skiing, and fly fishing in the Cascades. He is proud of Washington State’s history of producing strong and conservative leaders on the environment like Senator Slade Gorton and Governor Dan Evans. In his free time, Quill enjoys reading history, volunteering at a local shelter for homeless teens, and cheering on the Huskies. He is excited to help turn ACC’s bold vision into substantive policy outcomes as Government Affairs Director.
Contact Quill: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karly Matthews, Government Affairs Coordinator
Karly Matthews is a senior at Temple University in Philadelphia where she studies journalism, political science, and Spanish. Outside of ACC, Karly is the Co-Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Federation of College Republicans, a Future Female Leaders Cabinet Member, and a former Network of Enlightened Women chapter president.
Karly has interned in both the Pennsylvania and United States House of Representatives as well as in the Washington D.C. nonprofit sector. Karly looks forward to spreading ACC's positive message in her role as Government Affairs Coordinator.
Spencer McLaughlin, Government Affairs Advisor
A lifelong Oregonian who now resides in Washington State and attends Santa Clara University, Spencer is a true advocate of the phrase “west coast best coast”. He is currently working on a double major in political science and Spanish at SCU, where he helped start a TPUSA chapter while also being involved in sports broadcasting and stand-up comedy. An avid sports fans who roots for his northwest sports teams religiously, when he’s not doing work for the ACC you can usually find him on the golf course or playing pickup sports.
He was originally an intern for the Summer of 2018, but after enjoying the work and getting to know the organization he decided to stay on in the legislative department. He assists on Government Affairs team projects and has written multiple ACC op-eds, and felt drawn to the organization because of its national prominence with such young leadership.
Will Galloway, Legislative Advisor
Will Galloway is a lifelong South Carolinian and undergraduate at Clemson University as a Lyceum Scholar studying Political Science with a minor in Military Leadership. Will is active in the South Carolina Republican Party and has experience with campaigns at many levels He's an avid outdoorsman and loves to hunt, hike, canoe, kayak, and do pretty much anything that takes him outside.
Will Roberts, Government Affairs Advisor
A native of Knoxville, TN, William moved to Alabama in the fall of 2016 to attend the University of Alabama. There he is pursuing a degree in Political Science and History. After almost 4 years, he now considers himself an adopted son of the YellowHammer state. He has served in various positions across the political sphere most recently as the Deputy Chair of the College Republican Federation of Alabama. He has worked on campaigns all across the country making calls, knocking doors, and working to get conservative candidates elected up and down the ballot. He has a passion for growing the conservative movement and seeing people from all walks of life join in on the conversation and make their voice heard.