Nicholas Armstrong is a Policy Scholar for the Center on Health and Families with the Texas Public Policy Foundation. He graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a B.A. in History and a minor in Applied Economics.

Prior to joining TPPF, Nicholas served as an Appointments Analyst in Governor Ron DeSantis’ Executive Office where he helped manage applicants and appointments to over 400 state boards across Florida. Before his time in the Governor’s office, he interned at the Heritage Foundation in the Roe Institute where he solidified his passion for conservative policy.

A native Memphian, Nicholas enjoys cheering on Tiger basketball and football. A proud Eagle Scout, Nicholas enjoys backpacking, camping, and kayaking in remote areas. He has hiked two different 90+ miles treks at Philmont Scout Ranch, portions of the Appalachian Trial in the Smokies, and summited Pikes Peak in Colorado twice.