Sean Fieler is President of Equinox Partners, L.P. and the Kuroto Fund, L.P. Over the past two decades, Mr. Fieler and his partners have assembled a research team capable of analyzing businesses around the world, a capability that has enabled Equinox Partners and the Kuroto Fund to consistently purchase superior businesses at substantial discounts to their intrinsic value.
Mr. Fieler serves as Chairman of the American Principles Project and the Chiaroscuro Foundation. He serves as a board member of the Witherspoon Institute, the Manhattan Institute, the Dominican Foundation, the Committee for Monetary Research and Education, the Acton Institute and the Susan B. Anthony List.
A graduate of Williams College with a degree in political economy, Mr. Fieler speaks and publishes on the topic of monetary reform. He has spoken on monetary policy at the annual Grant’s Conference and the Atlas Liberty Forum and has written for The Wall Street Journal and The Weekly Standard.
Mr. Fieler lives in Princeton, New Jersey, with his wife, son, and three daughters.
Frank Cannon is Founding President of American Principles Project. He is one of the social conservative movement’s premier thought leaders and the co-author of two important APP reports, The Case for Politics: Why Social Conservatives Must Invest Seriously in Politics, and Building a Winning GOP Coalition: The Lessons of 2012.
Mr. Cannon has also served as a political strategist for the Susan B. Anthony List for the last decade, helping it grow into one of the largest and most influential pro-life organizations in the country. He was a regular guest at the White House under the Trump administration, where he worked to ensure the achievement of many critical conservative policy goals.
Mr. Cannon has more than 30 years of experience in the public policy arena, during which time he has consulted for numerous nonprofit organizations, grassroots groups, government agencies, national campaigns, and members of Congress. He was the head of Students for Reagan in 1980, and served in key roles on the Kemp and McCain presidential campaigns. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College.
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Terry Schilling is the president of American Principles Project. He is responsible for developing and implementing APP’s strategy, messaging and political activity at the state and federal levels. Since taking the reins at APP, Terry has overseen its growth into the premier national organization defending the family in politics. In 2021, he founded APP’s Big Family initiative, which aims to make the family into the most powerful special interest group in Washington, D.C. Through APP’s super PAC, he has also directed numerous election efforts, including campaigns to make defending women’s sports and protecting parental rights in education key Republican issues.
In the past, Terry worked for several pro-family political leaders like Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS), Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), and various state and local candidates. Before joining APP, Terry’s proudest accomplishment was managing the successful campaign of his father, former Congressman Bobby Schilling, for U.S. Congress in 2010. He is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, an alumnus of the Claremont Institute’s Lincoln Fellowship, and, most importantly, the proud father of six wonderful children. He, his wife Katie, and their family live in Virginia.
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