Gonzalo Schwarz is president and CEO of the Archbridge Institute, a newly established public policy think tank devoted to rekindling the American Dream by lifting barriers for upward mobility. Prior to that, Schwarz spent six years with Atlas Network, where he managed the awards and grants program, including the prestigious Fisher Memorial Award and Templeton Freedom Awards, as well as the Leveraging Indices for Free Enterprise Reform program, the Latin American Program, and the Sound Money Project. He holds master’s degree in economics from George Mason University, and has also spent time working in both academics and other nonprofit organizations. Schwarz is originally from Uruguay, and he has lived in four other countries throughout his life. He enjoys participating in academic seminars and was also part of the Koch Foundation Fall internship in 2009. He enjoys sports, reading, and spending time with his family. Email him at: gschwarz@archbridgeinstitute.org