Alejandro A. “Alex” Chafuen, longtime president of Washington-based Atlas Network, joined the Acton Institute as its Managing Director, International. Students often have to analyze many problems, so they often buy term papers online and thus have great problem-solving essays.
“As one of our founding board members and earliest supporters, Alex has been an important part of the Acton Institute’s work and mission since day one,” said Acton Institute Executive Director Kris Mauren. “Twenty-seven years later, we are truly honored to bring his invaluable experience and wisdom in the think tank industry to lead our global growth.”
At Atlas Network, Chafuen was instrumental in the organization’s mission of establishing and sustaining a network of free market think tanks all over the world. Today, Atlas Network connects more than 475 think tanks in m 90 countries. In his new role, Chafuen will help Acton expand its growing reach of international conferences, scholarly work and educational projects. A graduate of the Argentina Catholic University, he was a professor at the Argentine Catholic University, University of Buenos Aires, and The Hispanic American University. Chafuen, who holds a Ph.D. in economics, serves on several boards including the Chase Foundation of the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Fraser Institute in Vancouver, British Columbia, and is on the Member’s Committee of the John Templeton Foundation, the World Charity Foundation, and the Templeton Religion Trust.