Evan Baehr is the cofounder of Outbox, a beautiful inbox for postal mail, a consumer internet company backed by venture capitalists Peter Thiel and Mike Maples, featured in CNN, TechCrunch, FastCompany, Wall Street Journal, INC, the New York Times, and on Jay Leno. Previous he worked on the Facebook platform under Sheryl Sandberg, helping shape a vision to make life better by making it social, and for Peter Thiel building a political data company. He’s an honors graduate of Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School, Yale Divinity School, and Harvard Business School.
He’s worked for the American Enterprise Institute’s Charles Murray, the Ethics and Public Policy Center, the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, and the White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives, served as a legislative aid on the House Appropriations Committee under Rep. Frank Wolf, was Chief of Staff on the Congressional Human Rights Caucus, under which he wrote the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act, and was the failed candidate for Princeton’s City Council, despite receiving more votes than George W. Bush.
He has served on the board of the Manhattan Institute’s Adam Smith Society, the Heritage Foundation’s New York Committee, the New Canaan Society, and the Rivendell Institute, and cofounded the Hoover Institute’s Rising Fellows Program, Harvard Business School’s Ideas@Work, Princetonians in the Nation’s Service, and the Yale Forum on Faith and Politics. He is the recipient of the Blackstone Legal Fellowship and Princeton’s James Madison Fellowship. He lives in Austin, TX, with his wife, Kristina Scurry Baehr, a patent litigator, and children Cooper and Madeleine.
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