The Millennial Debt Foundation will for the first time ever convene leading millennial business leaders with influential millennial Members of Congress. The business leaders selected from across the United States to serve on the Millennial Debt Commission will examine the national debt and its catastrophic longterm consequences through the unique perspective of their private sector expertise. As the national debt explodes, politicians from both parties have chosen political expediency over posterity. Now is the time for the generation that will pay for the debt to lead the conversation. 

The historic assembly of business and political
leaders representing America's Debt Paying Generation.  



A cohort of five millennial Members of Congress focused on conservative solutions to the national debt. They will meet with the commission on the political realities of the issue.



Fifteen of the top business leaders in the millennial generation studying the national debt over a one-year term.



A respected cadre of U.S. Senators, former elected officials, government officials and business leaders. They will advise the commission as subject matter experts.



 A member of the Tennessee Board of Regents and a former early-stage investor, Weston Wamp serves as the Senior Political Strategist for a national nonpartisan reform organization.  As a 27-year-old in 2014, Weston came within a percentage point of unseating his incumbent congressman and becoming the first millennial member of the U.S. Congress. He returned to the private sector and raised an $18 million first-of-its-kind transportation technology fund that made investments across four continents. Later selling his interest in the fund, Weston has returned to politics focused on two issues: generational leadership on the national debt and restoring confidence in Congress through bipartisan reform. Weston lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee with his wife, Shelby, and their three children, River, Griffin and Aldridge.

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