Saturday 12th March, 2016
5:30pm to 6:00pm
You have great ideas for how to advance liberty but lack the resources to bring those ideas to reality. Fortunately the Atlas Network specializes in supporting and training entrepreneurs like yourself on how to bring your ideas to fruition. Come learn from a panel of your fellow student leaders and fundraising experts how to get the money you need to be a success.
Director of Development at Atlas Network
Clark Ruper joined Atlas Network in April 2015 as Director of Development. He was formerly the vice president & COO of Students For Liberty.
Prior to joining Students For Liberty, Clark worked on various pro-liberty causes such as the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative, the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, the Michigan Taxpayers Alliance, and FreedomWorks. He holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, with a concentration on social change in American history and is also a graduate of Atlas Network Think Tank MBA and the Atlas Leadership Academy. As both a past Atlas Network graduate and partner, he saw first hand the impact that Atlas Network makes in the lives of individuals and communities around the globe and was inspired to join Atlas Network in its mission of strengthening the worldwide freedom movement.
Executive Board Member at ESFL
Luca graduated in Political Science at University of Milan in December 2014.
Luca is primally interested in Public Choice Theory and his research interests are also the relationship between social sciences and the analysis of long run historical processes and the theory of complex phenomena.
Since November, 2013 he is an advocate of Young Voices advocates. He was also a student of Institute for Human Studies.
He is currently works as the Think Tank Relations & Social Media Coordinator for the Austrian Economics Center in Vienna.
Local Coordinator at Students For Liberty
Daniel Issing studies theoretical and mathematical physics at the University of Munich. While completing his undergraduate studies in Heidelberg, he took part in a one-year exchange program with Carleton University, Ottawa, where he first got in touch with SFL. Upon returning to Germany, he became a Local Coordinator, launched a German libertarian student magazine and organized the 2015 Heidelberg Regional Conference, for which his team was able to raise more than 5,000 euro.
Daniel is a fellow of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, the laureate of the Constant Essay Contest (Liberal Institut, CH, 2012) and the Vernon Smith Prize (ECAEF, LI, 2016). Besides, he is a passionate traveller and outdoor enthusiast who enjoys learning about economics and philosophy just as much as his actual studies.
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