Alejandro Chafuen is the President of the Atlas Network. He joined the organization in 1985, when it was named Atlas Economic Research Foundation, and has served as President since 1991. He was elected to its Board of Directors in 2009. Chaufen also served as Atlas's CEO from 1991 to 2009. He founded the Hispanic American Center for Economic Research and wrote the book Faith and Liberty. He has served on the boards of the Chase Foundation, the Acton Institute and the Fraser Institute. He is a trustee for Grove City College in Pennsylvania. Chafuen has been a faculty member at the Argentine Catholic University, the University of Buenos Aires and the Hispanic American University in California. In 2010, Chafuen was recognized by Atlas for his 25 years of service. He is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.
Staff page at Atlas Network; includes photograph, biographical summary and links to articles
Includes photograph, short profile and link to curriculum vitae
Part of Walter Block's autobiography series; Chafuen recalls his grandparents and parents, his youth in Argentina, and the people in Argentina and the United States who influenced him
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