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Alumni Board

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The FEE Alumni Board (FAB) engages alumni leaders by enlisting their ideas and advice for the development of excellent programming for FEE alumni, and enlisting them as FEE’s frontline alumni representatives.

  • Bob Ewing
    Bob Ewing

    Bob Ewing is the Director of Media Relations for the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

     

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  • Robert Anthony Peters
    Robert Anthony Peters

    Robert Anthony Peters is a proud FEE alum from 2000 and 2001. He completed his BS at the UofA in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, was a Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow in DC, and trained at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in NYC.

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  • Stephen Macaskill
    Stephen Macaskill

    Stephen is an entrepreneur who advocates for personal and financial responsibility.

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  • Lana Link
    Lana Link

    Lana Harfoush is a FEE Alumni Board member.Lana is the Director of Communications and Marketing for the Moving Picture Institute, and is a former College of Public Interest Law Fellow at the Pacific Legal Foundation.

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  • Zachary Caceres
    Zachary Caceres

    Zachary Caceres is the CIO of the Startup Cities Institute at UFM and editor of Radical Social Entrepreneurs.

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  • Romina Boccia
    Romina Boccia

    Romina Boccia focuses on limiting federal spending and the national debt as the Grover M. Hermann fellow in the Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation. Previously, Romina was assistant director of the Roe Institute.

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  • Caleb Brown
    Caleb Brown

    Caleb is the director of multimedia at the Cato Institute, where he has hosted the Cato Daily Podcast since 2007 and began producing original videos for Cato soon thereafter.

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  • Phil Fraietta
    Phil Fraietta

    Phil is an Associate Attorney with Burson & Fisher, P.A. in New York City. He worked as a FEE intern in January 2011 and subsequently attended the FEE Advanced Austrian Economics Seminar in August 2011.

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  • Clark Ruper
    Clark Ruper

    Clark Ruper joined Atlas Network in April 2015 as Director of Development. He was formerly the vice president & COO of Students For Liberty (SFL) International, which supports pro-liberty students and student groups across the world. Founded in 2008 with a 100-person conference in New York City, SFL grew to include over 1,700 student groups with operations on every continent. 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.

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  • Gonzalo Schwarz
    Gonzalo Schwarz

    Gonzalo manages the Awards and Grants program at the Atlas Network, that includes the prestigious Fisher Memorial Award and Templeton Freedom Awards. 

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