Preston Martin, Director
For as long as I can remember, I have been a dedicated student of both history and government. Since completing my undergraduate studies, I have pursued the study of historically contractual governments and radical technologies. I founded ICHA in order to support a viable path towards the creation of startup societies around the world.
Thibault Serlet, Director
Currently, I am a student at George Mason University and work in a financial startup. I see ICHA as a way to test my philosophical beliefs in the real world, and see if my views on free markets are right or wrong. When I was 15, I decided to learn about politics. After months of reading Marxist and socialist material, I found Hayek's Road to Serfdom. I realized that economics is the force which ties society together. Since then, I've been involved in numerous forms of libertarian activism.
Remington Hernandez, BF News and Media Chief
I’ve been interested in politics and current events since a very young age. My interest lead me towards the path of a politician, smiling and waving my way to people’s trust. Something felt wrong about being a politician, I often asked myself “Why not use that trust for good”? So, with an unbridled (and sometimes annoying) passion for the facts, I became a journalist. That choice soon led to ICHA, an organization that offered the support I needed to bring the facts to the masses. Here, I plan on delivering news and information that could change the world for the better.
Joe Jarvis, Author and Conference Host
The main tenet of my life is that all interaction should be voluntary, therefore I strive for freedom from coercion. This live and let live philosophy led me to start a political blog back in 2012, and write a fiction novel called Anarchy in New England, published in 2015. The blog, JoeJarvis.me, has been a factual analysis of the problems with political authority, and the novel allowed me to promote these ideas more creatively. We must strive for a better system, and ICHA offered me the perfect avenue to charge towards my goal of creating and supporting free societies.