Jennifer Anju Grossman is a former senior vice president at Dole Food Company and has spent decades helping people to live freer, healthier lives.
On March 1st, The Atlas Society welcomed Jennifer Anju Grossman as its new CEO.
David Kelley, founder and acting CEO of the Atlas Society, said: "Jennifer brings our team a powerful combination of executive management, public policy, and digital media expertise. Her creativity, charisma and commitment to Objectivism will help take our efforts, and the liberty movement, to the next level."
Grossman has spent decades helping people to live freer, healthier lives. She launched the Dole Nutrition Institute — a research and education organization — at the behest of Dole Chairman David H. Murdock. She continued this agenda as Health Editor of Laura Ingraham's new lifestyle site, LifeZette.
Previously Grossman served as Director of Education at the Cato Institute, and worked closely with the late philanthropist Theodore J. Forstmann to launch the Children's Scholarship Fund. A speechwriter for President George H. W. Bush, Grossman has written for both national and local publications.
"This is the perfect moment to help the public rediscover the moral vision of Ayn Rand."
Said Grossman: "The principles of Objectivism, the philosophy rooted in reality, reason, and individualism, has never been more needed — nor more neglected. This is the perfect moment to help the public rediscover the moral vision of Ayn Rand."
For twenty-five years, The Atlas Society has promoted the core values of Objectivism — reason, achievement, and ethical self-interest. These values are the moral foundation for political liberty and for personal happiness.
"At the Atlas Society,” said Jay Lapeyre, Chairman of the Board of the Atlas Society, “we don't preach to the converted. We hired Jennifer to lead our team in bringing Ayn Rand's revolutionary vision to fresh eyes, in unconventional ways."