Signè Thomas is the Project Director for the Stavros Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Economic Education at Florida State University (FSU). She teaches economics and is a Research Associate for the DeVoe Moore Center at FSU. She is known as a strong advocate for economic freedom and veterans.
She enjoys advancing economic freedom and economic literacy through educational program implementation, textbook and curriculum content development, teaching, event planning, and organizational growth. She is heavily involved in promoting economic literacy across colleges and high schools, particularly through teaching educators in an online setting, leading teacher workshops in Canada for the Fraser Institute, and speaking for the Foundation for Economic Education’s seminars for high school and college students.
She founded the social enterprise Students for America’s Military, Inc (SAM), and over the years has been recognized on a plethora of occasions for her philanthropic work with veterans and active duty military. She makes it a priority to travel in her “spare time,” and she enjoys fostering confidence in women through her boutique, BeYOUtiful & Confident by Signè. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Affairs as well as her Masters in Applied Economics from Florida State University. Signè is pursuing her doctoral degree in economics from the Universidad Francisco Marroquín.