Carter Moxley and Jonathan Rollins

Carter Moxley and Jonathan Rollins

Jonathan “Franky” Rollins is a third-year student at The University of Texas at Austin majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in Geosciences. The Houston native currently works at the UT Austin J.J. Pickle Nuclear Research Facility and aspires to work in nuclear weapon development for the United States at Los Alamos National Laboratory. If Franky is not studying for class, he is working on his vehicles or riding his new motorcycle around the Austin area. At home, Franky enjoys spending time with his family, especially the family Corgi, Archie.

Carter Moxley is a third-year student double majoring in Government and Corporate Communications with a minor in Business at The University of Texas at Austin. Off campus, Moxley has completed ten internships ranging from public policy, to government relations, and political communications training. During the 87th Texas Legislative Regular Session, Moxley served as a Clements Scholar at the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute and Undergraduate Fellow at the Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture. For the summer of 2022, Moxley worked in Washington, D.C., with The Fund for American Studies as a Liberty + Learning Fellow and a committee member for the Braver Angels Debate summit. Formerly, Moxley worked as the Energy Policy Intern for the Life:Powered intiative at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. In January 2023, Moxley will report to Texas State Senator Kevin Sparks’ office to take on the role of Legislative Intern and focus on state energy policy. Moxley is also a proud Texas Boys State Counselor during the summer, which functions as a non-partisan camp for high school statemen to learn about the importance of civic participation. In his downtime, you can find Moxley spending time with family and friends, or relaxing with his dog,