Meet our speakers
The Institute for JusticeLee McGrath is the Managing Attorney of the Institute for Justice Minnesota office and serves as IJ’s Senior Legislative Counsel. He litigates cutting-edge constitutional cases protecting economic liberty, school choice, private property, and freedom of speech.
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Black Guns MatterMaj Toure is a Solutionary Hip Hop artist turned Second Amendment activist from North Philadelphia. He was featured on the cover of the Philadelphia Weekly as “the Prophet of Philadelphia” and advocates for Second Amendment education in urban communities.
Pete 'Mance Rayder' Raymond
Free Man Beyond the Wall PodcastMance Rayder is an author, podcast host, a self-described professional troublemaker, and a voluntaryist. In 2007, the Ron Paul Liberty movement sparked his intellectual move to voluntaryism, which he shares on his podcast.
George Mason UniversityTate Fegley is a PhD student in economics at George Mason University. He is a 2018 Mises Institute summer fellow. His research areas include: economics of scale in small police departments; community and private policing; government contracting; and the effects of police unions on legal repercussions of misconduct.
FreeRoss.orgLyn Ulbricht is the mother of Ross Ulbricht, a peaceful 33-year old and alleged creator of the Silk Road website. Ross was sentenced to double life without parole for all non-violent charges. Lyn works tirelessly to gain signatures on Ross’s clemency petition, and on raising funds for Ross’s defense through www.freeross.org.
We Do BetterDan Johnson is the Executive Director of We Do Better, an organization dedicated to allowing the people to direct our money to the organizations that address human needs better than the government, and highlighting those organizations that achieve that standard.
LabdoorNeil Thanedar is CEO and co-founder of Labdoor, an independent tester of vitamins and supplements. He previously co-founded Avomeen Analytical Services, an FDA-registered product testing laboratory
Leadership InstituteNathan is the Grassroots Program Coordinator at the Leadership Institute, where he trains candidates, activists, and leaders on organizing and recruitment. He was also their Pacific Regional Field Coordinator, overseeing campus training and activism in California and Hawaii. He has trained over 1500 leaders and activists from across the US and Europe.
Gret Glyer is the CEO of DonorSee, the platform that lets you give confidently to people in need by working with vetted partners who send you personalized video updates on every dollar. Gret has been featured in USA Today, National Review, HuffPost, Acton Institute, and is a TEDx Speaker. He is the host of The Gret Glyer Podcast and gives regular talks on charity, poverty, and perspective.
Author of Legally Kidnapped
Carlos Morales is a former Child Protective Services investigator, author of Legally Kidnapped: The Case Against Child Protective Services, creator of the Think About Now News Network, president and founder of Child Protective Services Victim Support, the host of the Think About Now Podcast, a long time musician, and a committed legal advocate for family reunification.
Director of Growth Strategies at DonorsTrust
Peter Lipsett is director of growth strategies at DonorsTrust, the community foundation for liberty. He also leads DonorsTrust’s Novus Society, a network of donors under 40 committed to growing their philanthropic know-how in principled way. He has a duel degree in political science and theater from Davidson College and eventually earned a practical credential with an MBA from George Mason University.
Health policy researcher and lecturer at Dartmouth University
Jared Rhoads is a health policy researcher and lecturer at Dartmouth in Hanover, NH. He also serves as the director of the debate program with the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation, and collaborates on health policy work with the Mercatus Center of George Mason University. He is originally from Massachusetts, and now lives with his wife and two children in Lebanon, NH.
Member of the Infinite Banking Institute
Policy Analyst at the Cato Institute
Member of the Nashua Board of Education
Doris Hohensee moved to New Hampshire in 1979. Mother of six home schooled children. Member of the Nashua Board of Education since January 2016. Doris has been an education activist since 1990, becoming familiar with New Hampshire state laws and regulations as well as the federal initiatives that affect our schools. She has worked with state legislators to pass a number of bills protecting parents and local control.
NH State Representative
Glenn Cordelli is in his 4th term as a State Representative representing Tuftonboro, Moultonborough and Sandwich, NH. He has been a member of the House Education Committee, has been recognized by American Conservation Union, and as a NH Charter School Champion. During the last term he was a tri-chair of the House Republican Alliance (HRA).He has been a leader in the legislature on the issue of school choice and was the author of three bills dealing with education savings accounts (ESAs).
Treasurer for Ethics and Education of New England
Ian Underwood has been a planetary scientist and artificial intelligence researcher for NASA, the director of the renowned Ask Dr. Math service, co-founder of Bardo Farm and Shaolin Rifleworks, and a popular speaker at liberty-related events. He is treasurer of Ethics and Economics Education of New England (E3NE), and a board member of the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence (FNHI). He lives in Croydon, New Hampshire.
Croydon School Board
Jody Underwood has served on the Croydon School Board since 2010 and is also their School Choice Liaison. She shepherded a bill that clarifies the law to allow private schools to be included in town tuitioning agreements. She is President of the School District Governance Association of NH (sdganh.org), whose mission is to help school board members discover their powers so they don’t get overrun by administrators.