Since Young Voices was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in May, I’ve enjoyed help from many mentors in the liberty movement. Today, I’m pleased to publicly recognize them by announcing Young Voices’ first Board of Advisors:
Guy Benson — Political Editor, Townhall
David Boaz — Vice President, Cato Institute
Stephanie Slade — Managing Editor, Reason
Roger Custer — Executive Director, America’s Future Foundation
Jack Hunter — Editor, Rare
Dan Grossman — Trustee, Students For Liberty, Atlas Network
Click here to learn more about Young Voices’ new Advisors, as well as our Staff and Directors. I look forward to working with each of these individuals as Young Voices continues to expand its mission as an independent entity.
Fred Roeder is a German health economist and intellectual entrepreneur. He currently serves as chief financial officer at Students For Liberty, a research fellow at the Montreal Economic Institute, and vice chair of the F.A. Hayek Society. Fred was one of the founder of Young Voices in 2013. He is involved in several startups in the travel and 3D-printing industries.
Nicole Kurokawa Neily is the president of the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity. Prior to joining the Franklin Center, she was a senior vice president at Dezenhall Resources, a communications firm based in Washington, DC, where she worked with Fortune 500 companies and trade associations to help them counter threats from regulatory overreach, litigation, NGO attacks, and crony capitalism.
Casey Given is the executive director of Young Voices. Casey joined the project in 2014 as an editor and oversaw it as Students For Liberty’s former Director of Communications in 2015. A native of California, Casey graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 2012 and got his start in political commentary as the opinion columnist for The Daily Californian.