Ariel Gordon grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, and graduated from The University of Michigan, where she studied both Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, and Spanish Language and Literature. After graduation, Ariel started working as a Ronald Reagan Fellow at the Goldwater Institute, where she researched public policy in the state of Arizona. She then continued to work in the freedom movement by going on to intern with the Institute for Justice, helping the legal team with their legislative research on school choice, occupational licensing, and more. Ariel speaks both English and Spanish, and is excited to be part of LIBRE's effort to spread the message of economic freedom to the Hispanic community. Ariel joins the LIBRE team as a Policy Research Assistant.
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