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To bring greater harmony to workplaces and educational institutions by respecting everyone’s civil rights and equality under the law. To encourage Americans to rediscover and re-embrace our national motto: E pluribus unum (Out of many, one).
Core Values & Principles
We want institutions to succeed.
We believe unity is positive and productive.
We believe the citizens of our nation share more similarities than differences.
We respect the differences of others.
We care about justice and fairness.
We believe that customer service should be a top priority.
We believe in traditional “success principles” of hard work, integrity, and accountability.
We have no hidden agendas.
We are truthful with our clients and our team.
We believe in transparency and honest dialogue.
We are financially responsible.
We accept personal responsibility for our results.
Swain is a former tenured professor of Political Science and Law. She has taught at Vanderbilt and Princeton Universities. She is a speaker, radio and podcast host, and author of books and articles relevant to understanding our culture. Read full bio.
Hooper has led operations, projects and staff in state government, higher education, non-profit and K-12 sectors. She has served as the Chief of Staff, Director of Teaching and Learning, and Director of Operations for the Oregon Department of Education, is a former university professor and high school teacher.
Jackson works as a producer and strategist for UT Film LLC. He also owns and operates a plumbing contracting company in Dallas Texas. Chad is passionate about the American idea and helping others to realize and seize opportunities and liberty.
Poplin is a professor of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University. She began her career as a public-school teacher. She is an expert on highly effective teachers in urban poor schools, the education of the poorest, and on the various worldviews prevalent in the university and culture.
Schorr works as a research analyst supporting the Defense Health Agency. Chris is also a best-selling author, social scientist, instructor, and Marine Corps veteran. His research addresses race and identity in American politics.