Project 21 member Stone Washington is currently a PhD student in the Policy Studies Program at Clemson University. He also serves as a graduate teaching assistant in Clemson’s Department of Political Science. He earned a Juris Master degree from the Emory University School of Law and a Bachelor’s degree in history and minor in political science from Clemson.

Stone worked as a journalism fellow at The Daily Caller. He also participated in the Young Leader’s Program at the Heritage Foundation, where he interned in the development department. He is a five-year alumnus of Envision youth leadership conferences.

He is a published writer, with work appearing on Professor Ellis Washington’s website – the Ellis Washington Report. Stone has additionally been published by Renew America, College Fix, Campus Reform, The Schpiel and Red Alert Politics.

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