Thomas Kenna currently serves as the Policy Associate at the Ronald Reagan Institute's Center for Peace Through Strength and the Center for Freedom & Democracy. In this role, he supports the Institute's defense and foreign policy initiatives, which include the Reagan National Defense Forum, Reagan Institute Strategy Group, Reagan National Defense Survey, Reagan Institute Summer Survey, Peace Through Strength Boot Camp, Reagan-Jackson Security Dialogue, Spotlight: Dissidents project, Program on the National Security Innovation Base, and the Westminster 2.0 Working Group.
Beyond his professional commitments, Thomas is actively involved in the St. Ann's DC young adults community, an AHS-TPIF Security and Strategy Seminar fellow, and a TFAS Public Policy Fellow. He holds a B.A. in International Studies and a B.S. in Business Administration from American University. As an undergraduate, Thomas co-founded a chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society, served a leader in the College Republicans and Student Government, and interned with the House Republican Conference and Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY), the American Enterprise Institute, and two political campaign firms. He is a proud native of Long Island, NY.