Meet the individuals who bring you the Message of Freedom.

David Pratt Demarest, 1940-present, is a long-time programmer, former Global Application Steward at First Data and former owner and manager of Next Level, Inc, a database application development firm. David is the current owner and founder of Roads to Freedom, LLC, a non-profit corporation formed to promote liberty-oriented conventions and events to further the cause of freedom. 

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Heather Larson-Frederick is on the Roads to Freedom Foundation’s Executive Committee and a Committee Coordinator for the UnConvention. She first became a Libertarian at the age of nineteen and made it official in 2006. She’s been the Head Admin of the popular Libertarian Atheists Facebook group for the past five years, a role that has brought out her leadership spirit, skills, and commitment. Additionally, she has served on the Douglas County Libertarian Party of Nebraska’s Board since 2016, first as the Membership Director, and currently as the Chair of the Douglas County Libertarian Party. 

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Scott Zimmerman is a Master certified educator and former two-term Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Nebraska. Scott has been a key player in the Liberty movement for the last 20 years, serving as a campaign consultant for multiple candidates, most recently Senator Laura Ebke and Libertarian Senatorial Candidate Jim Schulz. 

Erin Adams is a long-time libertarian activist and lifelong advocate for self-ownership and free markets. A Veteran, she has always been a proponent of community service and civic engagement actively involved in local and national activism.

In 2016, Erin for Oklahoma State House in Legislative District 33 on the Libertarian Party ticket and was the only candidate to have a fully staffed campaign, consistent presence and amicable relationship with the media, and multiple opportunities to share our message of free market and free minds to large audiences. In addition to her own campaign, Erin was also the Regional Field Director, National Outreach Events Coordinator, and for a time, Oklahoma State Director for the Johnson / Weld 2016 Campaign.

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Jeremy Frederick is currently the treasurer of the Douglas County Libertarian Party and formerly served as the party's communications director. He has been involved in the liberty movement for the past 5 years, beginning with his leadership role as one of the admins for the popular Facebook group Libertarian Atheists. Jeremy has been a political independent for most of his adult life, always supporting liberty minded movements over the years. A husband, father, and autodidact, Jeremy is focused on uniting the liberty movement, seeking to include anyone who values freedom over statism whether they are right, left, or center in their politics.

Andrea Liberator has always been liberty-minded since her preteen days. After high school, she realized both the Democratic and Republican parties failed to encompass her political views, and became an Independent, not fully aware of the Libertarian Party. Today, she works telecom and is a member of the National Libertarian Party. She is also highly active in her local Douglas County Libertarian Party, and is the Roads To Freedom UnConvention Venue Chair. She is committed to doing her part to see the Libertarian party flourish, and is hopeful for 3rd parties joining the national debates.


Zachary Taylor is a Social Media Strategist, fur dad, and Veteran. Zach has turned his obsession with human behavior on the internet into a path for activism by becoming the Publicity Chair for the Roads to Freedom Foundation. He has served as PR Director for the Libertarian Party of Nebraska and CoHosts a podcast for the Roads to Liberty Group. Zach is determined to utilize New Media in dynamic ways to show people how cool freedom can be.


Principles without Victory are Dead. Victory without Principles is Pointless.

I first heard the concept of Libertarianism in the 1990's when I heard an interview with presidential candidate Harry Brown. I liked what he had to say about the principles of the Libertarian Party. I had remained an Non Partisan Independent for as long as I was of age to legally vote. In 2016 I changed my vote to Libertarian because I believed that the time had come to take a stand for liberty.

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Heather Larson-Frederick

Chief of Staff 
Roads to Freedom Foundation

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Jeremy Frederick

Website Director
Roads to Freedom Foundation

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