Zach McCue is the Talent & Culture Director for the Foundation. McCue started at the Foundation as a development associate in 2021 shortly after graduating from Texas A&M University. Before stepping into his current role, McCue worked as a Digital Marketing Manager for the Foundation’s Right On Crime initiative. McCue is also the founder and current program director for the Foundation’s Richardson Youth Liberty Fellowship. He has extensive political campaign experience – most notably, he worked as deputy campaign manager for the late Foster Friess during his gubernatorial race in Wyoming. McCue was the Speaker of the Student Senate at TAMU, among other student leadership roles. He is a founder of the Student Government Association’s mentorship organization, Aggies and Mentors.

McCue has a B.A. in political science and communications from Texas A&M University and an M.A. from Liberty University in strategic communications.

A native Texan from Waco, McCue enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, and running. He has numerous half-marathons and other races under his belt.