Thursday, October 11th
Mark your calendar! On Thursday, October 11th, The Atlas Society is hosting their second annual black tie fundraising dinner in NYC with a keynote address by Judge Andrew Napolitano!
Reception: 6:30PM - - Dinner: 7:30PM - - Attire: Black Tie - - Theme: Superheroes
Venue: Midtown Loft and Terrace 
3 E 29th Street
New York NY 10016

Rooms may still be available within walking distance of the Midtown Loft at either of the hotels listed below. Mention The Atlas Society when making your reservation.

The Gregory
42 W 35th St, New York, NY 10001
Book your hotel reservation by phone (212) 947-0200.

The Roger
131 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016
To make your hotel reservation call (888) 448-7788 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Austin Petersen as Master of Ceremonies  Austin Petersen Headshot sm

We are thrilled to announce that Austin Petersen will be our Master of Ceremonies at our 2nd Annual Gala in October.  Austin Petersen is a producer, business owner, pundit and political activist whose campaigns for the presidency and the US senate garnered him a nationwide fan base. Petersen's experience at Fox Business, the Atlas Network and Freedomworks have made him a seasoned freedom fighter.



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 Saturday, September 29th

Atlas Society Senior Scholar, Stephen Hicks will be speaking at the University of Florida Student Conference in Gainesville on Saturday, September 29th. This event will cover modern day issues that affect students on an international scale. The main theme, combating authoritarianism will feature speakers who have experienced the lack of freedom around the world.


Students for Liberty - Midwest Regional Conference 

Saturday, October 13th

Students for Liberty will be hosting their Midwest Regional Conference on Saturday, October 13th at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.100+ students are expected to attend and will be provided with an opportunity to hear from distinguished speakers, including Atlas Society Senior Scholar, Stephen Hicks. Be sure to stop by our table where Atlas Society staff will be passing our copies of the new ANTHEM: The Graphic Novel


Students for Liberty - Harvard University Conference 

Saturday, October 13th

On Saturday, October 13th, liberty-lovers from all political and social camps will gather at Harvard University for Students For Liberty’s Harvard University Student Conference. The event will explore current events through classical liberal lens, and we will learn how we can utilize pro-liberty mechanisms to propel our society forward, as well as hear from the Atlas Society CEO and Harvard Alumni, Jennifer Grossman. 


Reagan SummitReagan Leadership Summit

Friday, October 12th - Saturday, October 13th
The Atlas Society is excited to be hosting a booth at the Reagan Leadership Summit in Simi Valley on October 12th and 13th, at the breathtaking Reagan Library!  The Summit is geared toward honing leadership skills for young people between the ages of 15 and 25, and this year's theme, "Uniting the Divide," resonates perfectly with the Open Objectivist approach to encouraging dialogue among opposing views.  Alex Guzman and Liberty Fuchs will represent The Atlas Society at the summit, distributing free copies of ANTHEM: The Graphic Novel, as well as Pocket Guides to Objectivism, and other educational materials.   The cost for the Summit is $50, which includes conference admission, opening night reception, light breakfast, catered lunch, a t-shirt, and museum admission. 

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
40 Presidential Drive

Simi Valley, CA 93065.


Arizona Freedom Summitfreedom summit

Saturday, February 9th - Sunday, February 10th, 2019

Atlas Society CEO, Jennifer Grossman will be speaking at the Arizona Freedom Summit on February 9th and 10th, 2019 in Phoenix, AZ.  The Freedom Summit is an annual seminar dedicated to promoting and advancing human freedom. To that end, the Freedom Summit offers speakers who have demonstrated their effectiveness in presenting the intellectual case for freedom.