The Atlas Society Asks John Heubusch
Tuesday, June 9th @ 6pm ET / 3pm PT
John Heubusch, Executive Director of the Ronald Reagan Foundation and Institute, joins Jennifer Grossman on the fifth episode of The Atlas Society Asks to discuss the history and mission of the Reagan Foundation, thoughts on how Ronald Reagan would have dealt with Covid-19, how and when the Reagan Library and Museum plan to reopen, and more.
Register in advance to attend.
Movie Makeover Masterpiece featuring Jennifer Grossman
Friday, June 12th @ 8am ET / 5am PT
10-part podcast series where host, Jacob Airey, and a guest discuss a movie that should've been good, but wasn't. Series playlist can be found HERE. Jacob & JAG will chat about the film adaption of the Ayn Rand play "Night of January 16th.”.
Executive Athletes Podcast featuring Jennifer Grossman
Air Date/Time TBD
Don't miss Jennifer Grossman in June on the Executive Athletes podcast hosted by Kevin Lubin. The Executive Athletes podcasts focus on the professional who is passionate about training, health, and pushing the limits of the human spirit. Guests range from mental and physical performance coaches, Olympic and Professional Athletes, CEO’s, and other leaders and influences in the world of business and sport.
The Friedman Conference - a 24-Hour VIRTUAL Event
Saturday, July 11
The Atlas Society joins The Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance & Australian Libertarian Society, with the support of over a dozen international pro-liberty partners, as they invite you to a world first: a digital 24 hour conference bringing together over 100 speakers & thousands of activists for the biggest virtual liberty marathon the world has ever seen! Streaming from a professional TV production studio, with breakouts, social rooms, opportunities to meet - and virtually drink with - lovers of freedom from all over the world, this will be a conference like none the world has ever seen. Plus: If legally permitted, hubs for small groups to watch will be set up in major cities worldwide - and beer will be provided! No matter what country you are in, no matter what time zone, tune in for the 8th Annual Friedman Conference which will be the biggest and best pro-liberty event of 2020!
Buy tickets HERE or to learn more about the event, click HERE.
The Atlas Society is looking forward to FreedomFest 2020July 13-16 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jennifer Grossman and Senior Scholar Stephen Hicks, Ph.D. will be front and center for mainstage and breakout sessions throughout the four-day event, including Dr. Hicks’ presentations “Democratic Socialism for Beginners,” and “Here Come the Smart Robots: Artificial Intelligence and Libertarianism.” Two of our most popular Draw My Life series videos: My Name is Chip Wilson and My Name is Hong Kong will be screening in front of a live audience during the Anthem Film Festival this year.
Register for the conference HERE!
Mobilize 2020 in Austin, TX
Join The Atlas Society CEO, Jennifer Grossman, and Senior Scholar, Stephen Hicks Ph.D., as they headline at Mobilize 2020 hosted by Young Americans for Liberty in Austin, TX this summer. This three-day event, kicks off at noon on Thursday, August 6th and runs until late Saturday evening, August 8th. Mobilize 2020 is a place for people to discover new ideas, connect with local leaders and find ways to advance the liberty movement by becoming a stronger advocate for liberty. Mobilize is by invitation only.
To attend, please first APPLY HERE to receive an invitation to register.
Wednesday, October 14 @ 6:30pm PT
Mark your calendar! On Wednesday, October 14th, The Atlas Society will host our fourth annual black-tie fundraising dinner in Los Angeles. Join us in honoring Peter Diamandis, Founder of the XPRIZE and Singularity University, with the Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Chip Wilson, Founder of Lululemon.