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Lorenzo Montanari

Lorenzo Montanari

Director of International Advocacy and Affairs, Americans for Tax Reform

Lorenzo Montanari is Director of the international advocacy & affairs at the Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) and Executive Director of the Property Rights Alliance (PRA), an advocacy group affiliated with ATR for the protection of physical and intellectual property rights, both domestically and internationally. At Property Rights Alliance, he is in charge of publishing the International Property Rights Index, an international comparative study focussed on intellectual and physical property rights.

As Director of international advocacy, Mr Montanari has developed advocacy networks such as the Taxpayers Leaders Forum (TLF); the Coalition Leaders Forum (CLF) and the International Coalition Meeting (ICM) in partnership with Atlas Network. On the international stage, PRA works closely with famed property rights champion and President of the Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD) in Lima, Peru, Hernando de Soto and a further 91 think tanks.

Previously, he worked for a public affairs firm and for the international department of the GSPM/George Washington University in Washington, DC as well as a political analyst and electoral observer in Latin America.

Mr Montanari holds a BA in Political Science, a MA in International Relations from the University of Bologna and MA in Political Management from the George Washington University.

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