Justin Davis serves as the Director of Programs for the Foundation for Economic Education. His primary objective is to provide and scale high quality educational programs that inspire, educate, and connect young people with the economic and ethical principles of a free society. Justin hopes his efforts contribute to a world where the ideas of liberty are familiar, credible, and compelling to the rising generation and all that follow.
Prior to joining FEE, Justin gained extensive experience in educational programming while serving as the manager of faculty programs at the Institute for Humane Studies in Arlington, Virginia. He completed his MA in economics at George Mason University in 2016 and previously attained his BS in business administration from The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. His research interests include monetary policy, entrepreneurship and institutional development.
Justin also served in the United States Army’s Corps of Engineers for three years as the squad leader of a bridge erection team. His Army tenure stationed him at Fort Knox, Kentucky and included a 12-month deployment to Afghanistan with the 502nd Engineer Company, where he was part of the first multi-role bridge company in the country.
Justin currently lives in Atlanta with his wife Sarah, an intelligent and talented graphic designer, their beautiful daughter Margret, and their snuggly dog Max.