Charlie is an accounting technician working towards a CPA, webmaster, and writer, serving as a member of the Board of Trustees and Executive Committee for Imago Dei Politics. He lives in North Carolina with his wife Molly and is an active member of the Knights of Columbus, and is involved in various local community initiatives. He aims at the transformation of contemporary society to advance towards an integral community. And he hopes to assist in whatever little way, to uplift the human spirit in society towards the triumph of life, and a politics in accord with solidarity, natural law, and the universal destination of goods, and the dignity of the human person in the image of God.
Greta G. Carter is a paralegal specializing in tax collection (that most biblical of legal fields) and the author of our Supreme Court Saturday column. She seeks to educate on legal history from a communitarian perspective.
Jacob Wesley Archambault holds a PhD in Philosophy and a Doctoral Certificate in Medieval Studies from Fordham University. He currently teaches Latin, Metaphysics, and Classical Political Philosophy at Highlands Latin School in Louisville, Kentucky.
Jacob has presented his research at venues spanning three continents, and published in journals and books from Springer and Cambridge University Press. He reads Latin, French, and German, and has interdisciplinary skills in mathematical logic, Latin paleography, and computer science.
His main political interests lie in the relation between ethics and politics, in the foundations of economics, and in being all-around able to anticipate the Zeitgeist's next move.
Patrick is a doctoral student at Rutgers University, where he specializes in the intellectual and political history of European empire, particularly French colonial emigres. He lives in Haddonfield, New Jersey, with his wife and daughter, though he considers himself an Alabamian-in-exile, and is often found ensconced in archives in Britain and France. He hopes to work through Imago Dei to promote a humane postliberal politics, or at any rate to preserve what can be salvaged. In his spare time he enjoys classic country music and classical history, not infrequently together.
Sarah is a mother of three small children, a part-time IT professional, and a life-long learner. Over the years, her interests have ranged from art, music, and nature to politics, sociology, and history. She also likes to describe herself as a "Bible Geek." She believes that integrity is more valuable than popularity, that the starting point for truth is humility, and that she can learn from just about anyone.
Dr. Skylar Covich is the current chair of the American Solidarity Party. He lives with his wife, Theresa, in Ventura, California, and teaches college courses in American government. He earned his doctorate from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in 2017. As chair of Imago Dei Politics's political action committee, he will search for candidates running for office across the country who uphold our values, no matter which political party (or none) they are running with. He is also interested in contributing articles about political ideology, the influence of religion on American politics, and the movement to end assisted suicide. Covich has been almost totally blind since birth. In addition to his interests in politics, he sings in his Catholic Church choir.
Dr. Stephen Beall is an Associate Professor of Classics at Marquette University, where he teaches Latin and Greek. A member of the American Solidarity Party since 2012, he was the national chairman of the ASP in 2016 and the chair of the Wisconsin chapter in 2016-17. He served on the steering committee of the Dorothy Day Caucus (now IDP) in 2017-18. He is married, Catholic, and a Single-Taxer.
Tai-Chi is an Illinois-based member of Imago Dei Politics. He holds a Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago and an undergraduate degree in Advertising from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign – an institution where he is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration. Tai-Chi is currently on the National Committee of the American Solidarity Party and also serves as worship coordinator for English-language services at a large, historically Chinese-American Evangelical church in the suburban Chicagoland area.
Tara Ann Thieke is the President of the Board of Trustees for Imago Dei Politics. After a career in caregiving she became a homemaker who applies her observations and efforts to re-building communities on the grassroots level. Rootless, she took advice from Wendell Berry to "stick" wherever you find yourself, and that is how she ended up in Western Pennsylvania. She runs several book clubs in the area because the best way to build community is to go out and do it. Don't leave it to the experts; amateurs are much more fun.
Zeb Baccelli is a father of five in rural western Pennsylvania. He runs a business selling organic produce grown by a local community of Amish farmers. The Baccellis are active in their Byzantine Catholic church community and in a Catholic-Orthodox home school cooperative. They are working toward purchasing farm land in order to live an agrarian and communitarian life.