Satya Marar is a Washington DC-based policy professional and Australia-trained lawyer.
He was previously the policy director at the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance, that country’s largest taxpayers’ advocacy group. He has also worked at the Washington-based Reason Foundation and the Sydney-based Centre for Independent Studies.
He has appeared in front of state and federal parliamentary and Senate committees to give evidence on tax, energy, civil liberties, consumer choice, public health and a range of other issues.
His articles have been featured in the Washington Times, Washington Examiner, Australian Financial Review, Sydney Morning Herald, The Hill, RealClearPolicy and other outlets across North America, Australia and Europe. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws with honors from Macquarie University, and is currently studying towards an MA in Economics at George Mason University.