Wm. “Wes” Reichart III

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Adjunct Junior Fellow

Expertise: American Competitiveness, Government Relations, Nuclear Proliferation, Public Administration in Security Affairs


Wm. “Wes” Reichart III is a Senior at the College of William and Mary. He is double majoring in Government and Economics. Upon graduation, Wes plans to attend law school with aspirations of becoming a practicing attorney or legal consultant. He has interests in legal issues surrounding National Security such as legal responses to terrorism, international legal precedence on security matters, and the legality of U.S. national security measures. Furthermore, Wes is interested in the political mechanisms behind American Competitiveness.

Wes has previously served as the Government Relations and American Competitiveness Intern at the American Security Project. He has previously served on Captiol Hill in the capacity as a legislative research intern for the Hon. Scott Perry (PA-4) and for PA State Rep. Ronald E. Miller. At the College, Wes is a member of the College Republicans, Public Policy Club, and the Delta Chi Fraternity. Wes is originally from Hanover, Pennsylvania.


A Selection of Wes Reichart’s work:

High Skilled Immigration Reform Needed to Enhance Competitiveness

Infrastructure Investment Greatly Needed for Competitiveness and Security

Education: Key to American Competitiveness

Editor of American Security Quarterly Volume 2 Issue 3 (July 2013)