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Doktor Tomasz Teluk jest politologiem, doktorem filozofii, studiował na Uniwersytecie Warszawskim i Uniwersytecie Jagiellońskim. Był ekspertem ekonomicznym Centre for the New Europe w Brukseli i Centrum im. Adama Smitha. Jest założycielem Instytutu Globalizacji, publicystą oraz autorem książek: „E-biznes, nowa gospodarka” (2002), „IT w firmie” (2004), „Libertarianizm. Teoria państwa” (2006), „Mitologia efektu cieplarnianego” (2009). Autor kilkuset artykułów. Jego komentarze ukazywały się w mediach na całym świecie w „Rzeczpospolitej”, „Wprost”, „Dzienniku”, magazynie „Forbes”, TVP, Polskim Radiu, BBC, Radio Netherlands, Lithuanian Radio, TCSDaily.com i wielu innych. W 2009 r. otrzymał Nagrodę Wolności Templetona.

Jacek Spendel – absolwent socjologii Uniwersytetu Śląskiego. Były prezes Stowarzyszenia KoLiber. W roku 2009 studiował na Georgetown University w Waszyngtonie oraz odbył praktykę w korporacji Eastman Kodak. Pracował również dla Institute for Free Enterprise z siedzibą w Berlinie. Główny organizator obozów Liberty English Camp w latach 2008 oraz 2009.

Glenn Cripe: Glenn has lived and worked (software development, consulting, and training) in over 10 cities in the U.S. and overseas. He currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, where he registered LLI in May of 2005 as a non-profit corporation, and serves as its Executive Director. Under Glenn's leadership, LLI has expanded from one camp in Lithuania in 2005, to eight weeks of camp in 2010, extending from Portugal in the west, Kyrgyzstan in the east, and Ghana in the south.
During the months between camps, Glenn works to find teachers and funding, expand our network, and publicize the camp, by attending and speaking at conferences and seminars around the world. Glenn's special contribution is his knowledge of computer systems, web site work, and development of training programs. During the camp, Glenn will assist the other teachers as needed, making sure that classes run smoothly and reviewing each day's results in a brief staff meeting.
When he is not planning interesting training programs in faraway places, Glenn enjoys playing classical music and show tunes on the piano, especially when he can accompany singers and other instrumentalists.
A special adventure for Glenn was helping to translate and publish the works of Ayn Rand in Russian, and to track down the places where she lived. Glenn will teach classes on entrepreneurship, free market economics, and libertarian philosophy.

Harold Kramer: Harold started his career in California's Silicon Valley as an expert in voice and data networks with roles in operations, marketing, channel management, and competitive strategy. He then formed a training and consulting company that helped some of the world's largest telecommunication carriers and corporations implement their networks. However, his passions were traveling and investing, so he left the high tech world to experience other cultures while simultaneously participating in the financial markets. Harold currently owns and manages a European-based private equity fund.

Andy Eyschen: Andy is a management consultant from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, an Australian citizen, originally from Luxembourg. Andy's special contribution to LLI and the English camp is his broad experience with consulting, organizational development, and training programs.
During the camp, Andy will teach classes about entrepreneurship.

Astrid Campos: Astrid is a web and graphic designer, marketer and activist. She, with her husband, is co-owner of SuperHero Print and Design which specializes in earth friendly printed materials such as brochures, business cards and the like.
An entrepreneur from childhood, she has engaged in numerous small business activities like crafting, candle making, and natural spa products. Astrid's greatest passion is food and health issues and she currently also has a small business that coaches clients on nutrition and natural health alternatives.

Radovan Durana: Rado is from the Žilina area in Slovakia. After completing his studies at the Faculty of Management at Comenius University in Bratislava, he worked as a credit risk analyst for a commercial bank. He currently works as an analyst at the Institute of Economic and Social Studies (INESS), a non-profit that he co-founded in 2006 in Bratislava. INESS specializes in studies on public finance, taxes, labor issues, and the energy sector.
When Rado is not writing policy papers or speaking at conferences, he enjoys skiing, hiking, camping, and exotic adventures in the Amazon rain forest.
Rado handles most of the organizational work and assists teachers during their lectures. In case of interest he delivers lectures on public finance.

Teachers, with whom we have collaborated in recent years:

Christian Michel: Christian lives in London, where he advises several non-profit organisations, and gives frequent lectures and seminars. He spent many years living and studying in Paris, then in the 1980's, he started a trust and corporate financial services company in Geneva. The company grew rapidly by offering protection to individuals worldwide against unfair taxation and bureaucratic encroachments.
Christian is a board member and president of Libertarian International, a director of ISIL, and a committee member of the Libertarian Alliance. He speaks frequently at conferences around the world, and has written many books and articles.
Twice a month, Christian hosts a "6 / 20 evening" of lively discussion of arts, literature, and philosophy. You can explore his personal website here.

Joshua Zader: Joshua is co-founder of Atlas Web Development and founder of The Atlasphere, a social networking and dating site for admirers of Ayn Rand's novels with over 22,000 members and over 10,000 dating profiles. He has helped found more than a dozen online businesses over the past decade. He lived in Tennessee, North Carolina, New Mexico, California, and Nevada, plus a brief stint in Belgrade, and presently resides in Pärnu, Estonia. He has a master's degree in clinical psychology from the University of New Mexico, where his master's thesis was in applied ethics. More information about Joshua and his projects, including his interview with Reason TV on the subject of Ayn Rand's legacy, can be found online at www.zader.com

Nick Cowen: Nick recently completed his degree in Philosophy, with honors, from University College London, specializing in the philosophy of John Locke and Robert Nozick. In addition to his studies, he took an active part in departmental committees and student publications. Other student activities included chairing the debating society, directing and managing stage plays, and tutoring children in math and English.
Currently Nick lives in London, and works as a research assistant at Civitas, a free-market think-tank, where he researches and writes on school choice and general education policy.
Other projects and interests of Nick's include web site development and marketing, internet culture, chess, and foreign languages (Latin, Greek, French).

Mary Lou Gutscher: Mary Lou has built and operated several successful businesses focused on helping other entrepreneurs to market themselves more effectively and increase their profitability and quality of life. She is now living in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, where she is developing a portfolio of residential properties which she manages.
Mary Lou is well-known for her communication and problem-solving abilities, and was Director of World Conferences for ISIL from 1995 through 2003. An experienced speaker, coach, and writer, Mary Lou is an advisor to the Executive Director of LLI, and is the on-site coordinator at LLI's Liberty English and Entrepreneurship Camps.

Thomas C. Patterson: Tom Patterson has been Chairman of the Goldwater Institute since 2000. He was elected to the Arizona State Senate in 1989, and served as Minority Leader from 1991-92 and Majority Leader from 1993-96. Patterson was the author of legislation creating Arizona's cutting-edge charter school system and welfare reform program. Until 1998, he was a practicing physician and president of Emergency Physicians, Inc., a 60-physician practice serving emergency departments in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. He is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Nebraska.

David W. Hutzelman: David combines a life-long interest in energy and free markets in his current position. Prior to joining Institute for Energy Research, Hutzelman had a 30-year career in information technology at a Fortune 100 energy company, overseeing a staff of more than 100 and an annual budget of $20 million.
Hutzelman holds a BA in Mathematics from Kenyon College and MS in Statistics from Stanford University. He has been published in a variety of publications on private property, free market approaches to social problems.

Ricardo Campelo de Magalhaes: Ricardo Campelo de Magalhaes is a Financial Consultant at Banco Best, the investment arm of Portugal's Biggest Private Financial Group. He has nearly finished his master's degree in International Economics at Oporto University, with a thesis on "Influence of Presidential Economic Policies in Gold and Stock Markets in America".
Ricardo participated in the Liberty English Camp in Poland in 2009 and the Ludwig von Mises - Europe's Liberty Seminar in Leuven, Belgium. He wrote an article about Portugal for IREF Europe's Yearbook. He lectures on "Economics for Politicians" in Portugal and is a member of Conservative Youth in Portugal. He was also awarded a Ludwig von Mises Institute scholarship to attend Mises University 2010 in late July.