Antonella Marty is from Rosario, Argentina. Antonella works at the Argentinian Parliament as a public policy advisor and she is the Director at the Center for Latin American Studies at Fundación Libertad (Argentina). Antonella received her bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the Universidad Abierta Interamericana (Argentina) and she is finishing her master’s degree in Public Policies from the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (Argentina). She has worked as an intern at the Cato Institute, The IFEF and Cedice Libertad. Antonella became the first Regional Director for Argentina and also for countries like Chile when Students for Liberty was in its beginnings. She also became a member of the Executive Board for Eslibertad. Antonella published her first book The Intellectual Populist Dictatorship (2015) with Unión Editorial, and her second book What Every Revolutionary of The 21st Century Should Know (2018).
In addition to our core activities of providing training and investing in our partners' highest-impact projects, we are actively recruiting members for our Council of Ideas -- a community of leaders in business, philanthropy, academia, and media, who want to play an active role in shaping a more positive future for the region. The first retreat of Council of Ideas will occur immediately following the 2019 Latin America Liberty Forum in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
The result of the Center's work will be greater opportunities and rising living standards for everyone in Latin America. By helping our partners in their pursuit of achievable policy reforms change, as well as a long-term renewal of appreciation for the principles of classical liberalism, we can together build an inclusive prosperity that will usher in a period of peace and justice for all.