Oscar García Mendoza Joins the Atlas Network Advisory Council

CEDICE Libertad announced that its Vice President, Oscar García Mendoza, has joined the Advisory Council of the Atlas Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to the worldwide freedom movement.

The Atlas Network Advisory Council is comprised of individuals who share a commitment to liberty and enthusiasm for Atlas Network’s mission, and who have an international vision and perspective. The organization connects leaders from more than 80 countries around the world.

“We are delighted to welcome Oscar García Mendoza to the Advisory Council and are fortunate to be able to draw upon his decades of experience championing freedom and free enterprise,” said Alex Chafuen, President of Atlas Network.

In 2013, Oscar García Mendoza was awarded the Excellence in the Defense of Liberty award by the Atlas Foundation in recognition of his tireless efforts to promote and defend the principles of free enterprise and individual rights in Venezuela.

About Atlas Network
Founded in 1981, the Atlas Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening worldwide freedom by identifying, training, and supporting individuals and organizations that promote liberty and limited government. Atlas connects a global network of more than 400 free-market organizations in over 80 countries to the ideas and resources needed to advance the cause of liberty. For more information, visit: www.atlasnetwork.org.

About CEDICE Libertad
CEDICE Libertad is a Venezuelan organization committed to the defense of individual liberty, free enterprise, property rights, limited government and peace. It was founded in 1984 and manages several programs, including: Pais de Propietarios (promoting individual property rights), Centro de Estudios de Energia (promotes the knowledge and discussion of oil and energy as a key resource for economic development), Formacion para Jovenes Lideres (enhances student understanding of the benefits of a free society), among other programs such as ethical and corporate citizenship, as well as economics for journalists. For more information, visit: www.cedice.org.ve

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