Project 21 member Stone Washington is a research assistant in the Legal Policy Department of the Manhattan Institute, where he recently completed its Collegiate Associate Program. He also serves as a graduate teaching assistant in the Clemson University Department of Political Science and a WAC Fellow with the Pearce Center for Professional Communications.
Stone is working on a Ph.D. in the Policy Studies Program at Clemson University. He previously earned a Juris Master from Emory University Law School and a Bachelor’s degree in history with minor in political science from Clemson.
Stone is a member of the Steamboat Institute’s Emerging Leaders Council. In 2019, he was a summer journalism fellow at The Daily Caller. In 2018, as a participant in the Heritage Foundation’s Young Leaders Program, he interned in Heritage’s development department. He is also a five-year alumnus of Envision youth leadership conferences.
As a published writer, with work has appeared on Professor Ellis Washington’s website, the Ellis Washington Report. Stone was also published by InsideSources, RealClearPolicy, College Fix, Campus Reform, Red Alert Politics and The Washington Times.
Proposed Legislation Could Revitalize Cities and Reduce Crime (September 2021)
An Immigration Report Card for President Trump (March 2020)