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Students For Liberty is thrilled to announce our first class of Campus Coordinators.  We launched the rigorous recruitment process at the beginning of February and just concluded it this month.  Throughout the process we were continually impressed by the number of high quality students who wanted to take the fight for liberty beyond their own group and help their fellow students advance these ideas all across the country.  We could not be more excited about our inaugural team of 30 Campus Coordinators.

  • Alex Gao, Franklin & Marshall College, PA
  • Andrew Kaluza, University of Texas at San Antonio, TX
  • Andrew Fernandez, University of Texas at Austin, TX
  • Ani DeGroot, University of Iowa, IA
  • Bradford Peterson, Temple University, PA
  • Brittany Smith, University of South Florida, FL
  • Casey Given, University of California, Berkeley, CA
  • Christopher Pille, Goucher College Alum, NH
  • Clint Townsend, University of North Texas, TX
  • Dana Modzelewski, Harvard University, MA
  • Daniel Suraci, Boston University School of Law, MA
  • George Edwards, Indiana University Kokomo, IN
  • Ileana  Zayas, Kennesaw State University, GA
  • James (Alex) Biles, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI
  • Jason Cowen, Oklahoma City Community College, OK
  • Jennifer Jones, Salem College, NC
  • Jesse Saini, University of California, Berkeley, CA
  • Jonathan Willbanks, University of Southern California, CA
  • Kevin Duewel, George Washington University, DC
  • Matthew Darling, University of Connecticut, CT
  • Matthew Schmitto, Texas State University, TX
  • Megan Roberts, University of Missouri-Columbia, MO
  • Michelle Fields, Pepperdine University, CA
  • Molly Fratianne, Ashland University, OH
  • Nicholas Zaiac, American University, MD
  • Stacy Litz, Drexel University, PA
  • Stephani Pease, University of New Mexico, NM
  • Travis Leicht, Florida Gulf Coast University, FL
  • Vladimir Rudenko, Virginia Commonwealth University, VA
  • Zachery Tiggelaar, University of North Dakota, ND

These CCs will be taking up a new mission: to act as local community organizers for liberty.  For the rest of this summer, they will go through in-depth training to prepare themselves for this role.  In July they will travel to Washington, DC to meet representatives from professional liberty movement organizations and recieve advanced training in organizing, leadership, and communication.  During the 2010-2011 school year, they will work with students in their region to help them start groups, hold events, access resources, and generally build the student movement for liberty.  With these young entrepreneurs leading the fight, the future of liberty is indeed a bright one.