Chofor Che Christian-Aimé is a Cameroonian with more than eight years of civil service experience. He is the co-founder and current chair of the Central African Centre for Libertarian Thought and Action, a partner of the U.S.-based Atlas Network. He holds a professional diploma in public administration from the National School of Administration and Magistracy in Cameroon. In 2003, Chofor Che obtained a Master of Law degree from the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa. In 2003, his interest in free markets and liberty was stimulated by attending Cato University and later, by interning with Cato Institute. In 2005, Chofor Che was appointed as second assistant senior divisional officer for Manyu Division, South West region, Cameroon. His research interests cut across free markets, international human rights, multilevel government, federalism and decentralization. Among other publications, Chofor Che published a book titled “Voices from Africa: For a new century of liberty, peace and prosperity.”