Monday, May 4, 2015 | One comment

Libertas Institute Announces New Vice President


Free Market Think Tank Strengthens Its Resources

Salt Lake City, UT (May 4, 2015) — Libertas Institute announced today that DJ Schanz has joined the Institute to help further its goals of advancing the cause of limited government and the ideals of the free market. DJ Schanz brings with him a wealth of experience, relationships, and foresight to add to Libertas’s recent successful initiatives, both educationally and legislatively.

Speaking of his new role, DJ commented, “I’m excited to be part of the Libertas team and the dynamic energy the organization has for bettering our society in real, pragmatic ways. Few organizations can boast the same success and effectiveness Libertas has shown in such a relatively short period of time.”

Connor Boyack, president of Libertas Institute said, “DJ’s experience and knowledge, both politically and philosophically, line up perfectly with the direction Libertas is headed. We view his addition to our team as a sign of not only our growth and success, but of our vibrant future as a positive influence on public policy.”

DJ received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. In addition to his duties with Libertas, DJ owns a medical records company and a political phone bank. He currently sits on the Utah GOP State Central Committee. In his spare time he coaches Little League, conducts Cub Scout meetings, cycles, and enjoys spending as much time as possible with his wife and four children.

About Libertas Institute

Libertas Institute’s mission is to advance the cause of liberty within the State of Utah by supporting and defending individual liberty, private property, and free enterprise. The Institute promotes liberty by generating non-partisan analysis and commentary on public policy issues relating to Utah, and recommending our findings to opinion leaders, policy makers, media, and interested Utahns.


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