Carla Gericke is an advocate of liberty specializing in localized voluntarism, internet freedom, self-determination, and how responsible human action can lead to peace and prosperity. She is president emeritus and chair of the Free State Project and lives in New Hampshire with thousands of fellow liberty activists. In 2014, Carla won a landmark case affirming the 1st Amendment right to film police encounters. She serves on the board of the Foundation for NH Independence, a 501c3 educational nonprofit.
Ian Underwood has at various times been a planetary scientist and an artificial intelligence researcher at NASA, a certified hypnotherapist, a fourth-generation Wing Chun sifu, the director of Ask Dr. Math, a founding owner of the Bardo Project and Shaolin Rifleworks, and a speaker at liberty-related events. When he grows up, he wants to create a line of educational comic books.
Stephen Villee moved to New Hampshire from New York City in December 2003. He is a software engineer who enjoys hiking, yoga, and traveling to see solar eclipses. He previously served as treasurer of the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, and currently serves as treasurer of the Free State Project. He produced a youtube video called “Proclivity for Taxing Income” about secession as a way to be free of federal income tax.