Roxana Nicula is one of the founders of the Foundation for the Advancement of Liberty (Fundación para el Avance de la Libertad), a Spanish libertarian think tank. She is an independent online communication consultant and translator and a law school graduate at both National Bucharest University and Ecological University. At present, she is Chair of the Board of Trustees of FUNDALIB.

Nicula was born in Romania under the Ceausescu communist dictatorship in a middle class classic liberal-leaning family where both parents were car engineers. After the end of the communist regime while she was a university student, she began to actively promote free-maket capitalism reforms as a member of the National Liberal Party (PNL) in the Youth Division (TNL). Years after that experience she co-founded in 2009 the Libertarian Party in Spain, ran several local, national, and EU elections, and is now General Secretary of this young political party advocating openly for capitalism in Spain.

Nicula lives near Madrid together with Irene, her young daughter, and Juan, her husband, with whom she is fortunate to share the same political ideas and libertarian projects since 1997 when they met during the IFLRY (International Federation of Liberal Youth) Conference in Bucharest.

She is an active blogger and article writer in online media on libertarian policies, sharing economy, new technology, and Internet. She has developed a wide experience in project management, activism management, Internet-related strategies and apps, multicultural, and multi-language leadership.