The Project Arizona Class of 2023 is a group of 7 incredibly talented students, representing 6 different countries. They are set to embark on a life-transforming journey in Arizona for the next 6 weeks.


Jolanta Gul

Jolanta is a 19-year-old law student from Poland who is also active in the youth editorial office “The Voice of Generation” where she manages social media. In addition, she is also a member of Ladies of Liberty Alliance Poland – an organization of independent women with libertarian ideas. She also had the pleasure of participating in events like “Weekend of Capitalism”, “Perspektywy Women in Tech Summit” and “Our Future Forum”. In June she also attended the “LevelUp” conference in Phoenix.


Irakli Iagorashvili

Irakli Iagorashvili is the co-founder and CEO of the Ayn Rand Center Georgia (ARCG). He holds bachelor's degree in Political Science. Irakli has been actively promoting Objectivism in Georgia since 2020. His efforts have reached and enlightened numerous young individuals about the ideas of Ayn Rand. Irakli engages with the youth through personal interactions and engaging lectures. Additionally, he contributes to the dissemination of Ayn Rand's works by translating related articles, videos, movies, and books into the Georgian language, enhancing accessibility and knowledge of Objectivism in his country.


Maria Lobo Murga

MarĂ­a Lobo Murga is a dynamic Argentine economist with an unshakable passion for teaching and spreading knowledge to enhance individual well-being through freedom. She graduated with a degree in Economics, and continued her academic journey in Conflict Transformation and Peace Studies at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) and is currently completing her Master's degree in Politics and Government in Argentina.


Juan Carlos Tibocha Espinosa

Juan Carlos Tibocha Espinosa, aged 24, is an individual with expertise in data science and data analysis. This expertise is underpinned by a master's degree in Machine Learning, Big Data, and Cybersecurity, as well as participation in various related projects. Additionally, Juan Carlos possesses knowledge in creating and deploying web applications.


Rida Yumn Ahmed

Rida Yumn Ahmed is a 20-year-old leader from India. She is a business student passionate about tech liberty, free markets, individualism, peace, and civil societies. She joined Students for Liberty at the age of 18 and eventually became the youngest Prometheus Fellow by getting selected as one of the top 50 global leaders in partnership with the Prometheus Foundation. She is also working as a staffer with Liberty International. She is leading the New Delhi, India, chapter of the Ladies of Liberty Alliance (LOLA). She has attended many libertarian conferences, has led international projects, and is especially working on fostering tech-based entrepreneurial skills by instilling an appreciation for the principles of a free market and individual liberty by bridging the digital divide in the local youth.


Hikaru Ito

Hikaru Ito, a recent graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in humanities, is in the midst of preparing for his upcoming master's program. Alongside his studies, Hikaru engages in a part-time role at a think tank, where he takes charge of web promotion, translation tasks, and delves into research related to public policy.
Presently, Hikaru holds the esteemed position of Students For Liberty (SFL) Japan Regional Coordinator. Notably, he holds the distinction of being the pioneer who introduced SFL to Japan, marking a significant milestone in the country's libertarian movement.


Liza Przybylska

Liza is a 21 years old, second-year law student and a first-year criminology student. She has been active in the freedom community for almost 3 years. She started her activity in the organization Młodzi dla Wolności, in which she has been serving as the President of District No.35 since January 2022. In 2023, she became the Vice President of the Nowa Nadzieja Party. She became one of the leaders in the Ladies of Liberty Alliance (LOLA) in the second half of 2022, an organization that aims to educate women on liberal or libertarian topics. Since 2021, she has also been active in the Social Narcopolitics Initiative. Since 2022, she has served on the board of directors of the Economic Research Circle at her university. She is involved in law circles, the law society or scientific circles related to psychology, psychiatry and criminology.