Vice President, SI, Direct Action Campaigns, Graphic and Video Design, Social Media
Justin Breen is one of the National Coordinators for The Common Ground Movement, and administrator of “The Activism Exchange”. He has helped organize numerous local protests for many organizations such as March Against Monsanto, No War with Syria, March Against the Mainstream Media, and others, and enjoys working with event planners on how to achieve the desired outcomes for their event. Through a successful career in the Motion Graphics and Visual Effects industry, he has developed innovative, corporate marketing campaigns for AT&T, Coca-Cola, and Aramark at the local and national level and specializes in idea branding, event planning, social media analytics, direct action campaigns (such as call floods and twitter storms) and both print work and video design (13 years experience). His main goals are bringing people together to focus on what they can agree on, rather than what labels define them.
Director, Chief Financial Officer
A long time legal professional, journalist, advocate, and activist, Bobby is a sitting Board Member for SI as well as its Chief Financial Officer. He is Legal and Operations Director for We Do Better, We Do Better Relief and the Tax Revolution Institute Inc., Associate Member of the Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice and Taxation Committees of the American Bar Association, Associate Member of the Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Human Rights, Taxation and Family Law Committees of the International Bar Association, Associate Member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents, Associate Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Lead Financial Principal of North American Food & Farm and Atlanta Food & Farm, Director of Internet Infrastructure and Security for Coffee Party USA, National Events’ Coordinator for People Against The N.D.A.A., Associate Member of the American Constitution Society For Law and Policy, Associate Member of Capitol Area Muslim Bar Association, Associate Member of the National Legal Aid Association. Holds Press Credentials from The Atlanta Press Club, Native American Journalists Association, Online News Association, Society of Professional Journalists, Radio Television Digital News Association, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, National Association of Black Journalists, and the National Press Photographers Association. Member, Advocate, and Adviser for United Coalition of Cannabis Activists, Peachtree NORML, Human Solution International and Colorado NORML. Produces and hosts his radio show I Take LIBERTY With My Coffee and also writes for many media outlets including The Fifth Column, and Anti-Media. He is a long-time business owner and holds degrees in Business Law and Paralegal Studies.
Issues: NDAA, drone warfare, military law and regulations, and the civil rights movement.
Dan Johnson, Founder of the Solutions Institute, entered activism at 18. Over the next two and a half years, he grew PANDA, People Against the NDAA, into the largest movement resisting a federal law at the local level in the United States. In the meantime, he wrote for The Huffington Post, Policy Mic, Occupy.com, Western Journalism, BenSwann.com, and many others. He has spoken at nearly 75 events, and has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows, including Coast to Coast AM, Liberty Roundtable, and RT America’s Breaking the Set. He is a certified Nationbuilder Expert, and has extensive experience in public speaking, copyediting, organizational management, legalese (unfortunately), social media, and dealing with every level of government. Sponsor my work.
Issues: NDAA, police militarization, military detention, war on terror.
SI Creative Director, Brand Development, Graphic Design, Web Design and Strategy
Joseph Fioramonti is a graphic design professor at The University of Baltimore in Baltimore, MD and the owner and creative director of the brand development studio Dark Square Design. He has worked with local, national, and international companies and organizations to develop their brand and web strategies.
Vincent got into activism after he became a father and started wondering what the world would be like in 50-100 years. He started with People Against the NDAA (PANDA), and still represents PANDA Wisconsin. He has steadily increased his activism since that time. Vincent currently leads SI’s Intake Management division, and ensures new clients get the individualized attention they need to take their activism to new heights.
James is a true freedom activist, with specialties in trades including communications, marketing, engineering design, and construction. As a freelance journalist, he’s written in nearly every news category. His activism began at the early age of 14, where he began boycotting television, speaking out against corporate greed, and attending protests up and down the west coast. Today he directs his energies at filming the police for accountability, and revolutionizing the social structure fabricated for us all.