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Wednesday Wake-Up Club Breakfast with Alex Chafuen

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Wednesday Wake-Up Club Breakfast

Join us at The Leadership Institute's headquarters for an insightful talk and a gourmet buffet breakfast.

Held the first Wednesday of each month, these breakfast meetings are an excellent opportunity for friends of the Institute to meet leading speakers and hear their thoughts on current affairs.

These breakfast meetings offer a great chance to share food and fellowship with like-minded friends. Past breakfasts have been attended by members of Congress, public policy experts, and columnists.

Details

Starts Wednesday, April 3

Wed 3:   7:30 AM  - 9:00 AM EDT

Location:

Leadership Institute
Steven P.J. Wood Building
1101 N Highland St
Arlington, VA 22201 Map

Cost

$15.00 $10.00 discount for early registration until 4/1/19 Your Cost: $5.00

Become a Breakfast Club member and get 12 breakfasts for the price of 10!

Manager

Deirdre Hackleman's Photo

Deirdre Hackleman

Contact Deirdre with your questions.

Please join Alejandro Chafuen at the next breakfast on April 03

Alejandro Chafuen

Alejandro Chafuen

Managing Director, International, Acton Institute

Dr. Alejandro A. Chafuen is the Managing Director, International at Acton Institute. He was president and CEO of Atlas Network from 1991-2018 and is president and founder of the Hispanic American Center of Economic Research. A graduate of Grove City College and the Argentine Catholic University, Buenos Aires, he also holds a Ph.D. in economics from International College, California.

He is a frequent commentator on economics, security, and strategic threats in Latin America, as well as on the relationship between economics and ethics. As well as publishing articles in newspapers ranging from the Wall Street Journal to La Nacion, he is also the author of Faith and Liberty, which has been published in several languages and in different editions in Spain, Poland and Italy.

He is one of the world's leading commentators on the economic thought of Thomistic and Late-Scholastic thinkers. He is also a member of the advisory board of the Social Affairs Unit (U.K.) and since 1980, a member of the Mont Pèlerin Society.