American Principles Fund’s mission is to advance an “integrated conservatism” and break the unilateral truce on social issues within the GOP by demonstrating that social issues are winning issues, especially when combined with an economic message that addresses voters’ most urgent concerns.
Frank Cannon is president of the American Principles Project. For over 30 years, Mr. Cannon has worked in the public policy arena. He has expertise in building effective broad-based grassroots coalitions and helping to bring issues to national prominence. He has worked on building coalitions to assist victims of human trafficking and for parental rights, human rights in China and President Bush’s faith-based initiative. He has had significant roles in presidential campaigns, on Capitol Hill and with some of the country’s largest political action committees and public interest groups.
Sean Fieler is President of Equinox Partners, L.P. and the Kuroto Fund, L.P. Over the past two decades, Sean 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. He is Chairman of the Chiaroscuro Foundation and serves as a board member of the Witherspoon Institute, the Manhattan Institute, the Dominican Foundation, the Committee for Monetary and Research & 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 given talks on monetary policy at the annual Grant’s Conference, 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.