Leading a generational call to stewardship.
Long before a pandemic led to $6 trillion in new new debt, borrowing against future generations was the norm in Washington. For two decades the federal government has been poorly managed by both political parties -- imperiling the long-term economic and national security of America. The Millennial Debt Foundation is convening millennial business and political leaders, through the Millennial Debt Commission and regional events across the country, to work towards a generational framework for deficit reduction. 

Top millennial business leaders studying the national debt over a one-year term.

The capstone of their work will be developing a generational framework to reduce the federal deficit. 



The Millennial Debt Foundation was launched in mid-2019 by Tennessean Weston Wamp and other millennial entrepreneurs to lead a generational conversation about fiscal stewardship, the role of the federal government and America's deficit spending crisis. Inspired by the work of our early advisor, the late U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, M.D., the Foundation's first major project is the Millennial Debt Commission. The civilian-led Commission is made up of 20 millennial business leaders from across the country working towards a framework for long-term deficit reduction. The business leaders are advised by a cohort of current and former members of Congress, leading economists and policy experts. MDF is a nonpartisan, Tennessee-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit funded by individual donors and the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation.

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