About Me

Nick Ciesielski is a proud Pennsylvanian, born and raised outside of Pittsburgh. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, where he learned the value of critical thinking and problem-solving skills that he will bring to financial stewardship. He has worked as mechanical engineer in several different industries, each with their own complex challenges, requiring quick thinking and fast action to ensure goals are met on time.
His curiosity led him to first learn about bitcoin in 2013, although it was several years before really diving back into that topic. By 2017, while fed up with the current political system, he fully embraced Libertarian principles and discovered the insights of Austrian economics, shaping his approach to fiscal policy and economic management.
In the wake of the 2020 COVID pandemic, he was disgusted with the Libertarian Party’s failure to step up and try to take any lead on defending rights from government overreach. It was at this point he decided to get involved and move the party in a more libertarian direction. While living in Georgia at that time, he stepped up and became the chairman of the Libertarian Party of Fulton County and eventually became Vice-Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Georgia. Upon moving back to Pennsylvania, he became active in the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania and currently serves as the chairman of the Libertarian Party of Westmoreland County. He is the founder of the Libertarian Party Bitcoin Caucus, focused on promoting Bitcoin as a solution to that solves many issues that regular politicans have been unwilling or unable to solve.

 

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