Stefan Molyneux, MA, received his undergraduate degree in History at McGill University in Montréal Canada, and completed his Masters Degree in History at the University of Toronto. He then worked for 15 years as a software entrepreneur and executive, cofounding an Environmental Management software company, where he served as Chief Technology Officer until selling the company in 2000. He then worked in a variety of technical and marketing executive positions. In 2005, Mr. Molyneux began publishing a variety of libertarian articles, and started Freedomain Radio, which he has since grown into the largest and most popular philosophy show in the world, available at http://www.freedomainradio.com. Freedomain Radio shows have been downloaded over 35 million times over the past few years. On the show, as well as producing original material, Mr. Molyneux has interviewed a wide variety of experts in a large number of fields, ranging from psychology to economics to politics to philosophy. He has appeared on a number of television and radio shows, as well spoken at a wide variety of libertarian conferences. A number of his free books are available at http://www.freedomainradio.com/free.
Mr. Molyneux was the closing keynote speaker at the New Hampshire Liberty Forum in 2009, following Ron Paul and John Stossel the previous two years. He was also the keynote speaker at the Libertopia Festival in 2010, and will be the master of ceremonies and closing speaker at Libertopia 2011. He was gave speeches at the 2010 and 2011 Porcupine Freedom Festival in New Hampshire, and was the closing speaker for the Freedom Summit 2010 in Phoenix Arizona. He will be speaking at Liberty Fest 2 in New York in September, along with Peter Schiff, Tom Woods and Adam Kokesh.