Robert Knee hails from the tiny Desert town of Indian Wells, California. He has been involved in political organizing and youth advocacy since age 14, when he first joined the Junior State of America. In those ten years, he has been involved in campaign management, youth organization, policy analysis, election-day operations, issue advocacy, fundraising and event organization, and has worked on local, state and federal campaigns for office in California and New Jersey. Bob left his Desert home at age 18 to pursue a cross-country scholarship at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. He graduated in 2017 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Middle Eastern Studies. Though he has experience in campaign world, his heart lies in foreign policy. In 2017, he began to study at the Institute of World Politics, where he focused on Latin America and Northern Ireland. While enrolled at IWP, he served as a foreign policy advisor to his hometown congressional candidate, and completed a summer semester at the University of Oxford, wherein he compared British counterterrorism strategies against al-Qaeda to the strategies they used against paramilitaries in Northern Ireland. He currently serves as the National Field Coordinator for the Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), where he helps students promote limited government solutions to environmental problems.