Board of Advisors

We are advised by distinguished professionals with extensive expertise and varied backgrounds.

Jack Armstrong

Jack is the cohost of The Armstrong and Getty Show, a superbly popular talk radio show about news, politics, and pop culture.

Jack is a midwestern boy at heart. He and his wife Laura have two young sons, as well as two dogs, two cats, a horse, innumerable goats and several more beasts roaming throughout their property. After the kiddos finally wind-down each night, Jack is known to consume a healthy amount of cable news talk programming while simultaneously ingesting news from across the web (even from actual newspapers!!). 

Will Cai

Will is a cofounder of The Initium, a major Chinese digital publication covering news, politics, and culture across Greater China.

Betty Chu

Betty is an attorney, political leader, banker, real estate developer, and trailblazer in the Asian-American community. She is former mayor and two-term city council member of Monterey Park, California; the first Chinese-American woman to co-found and run a bank; and the first female Chinese lawyer in Southern California. In the 2020 elections, Betty served as honorary co-chair of Californians for Equal Rights/the No on Prop 16 campaign, which defeated by a landslide an effort to restore state-sponsored racial and gender preferences in California. In 2009, Betty was candidate for U.S. Representative in California’s 32nd congressional district.

Jame Donath

Jame is a seasoned investor with over 20 years of experience sourcing and executing public and private investments. He was formerly the Managing Partner of Magnolia Road Capital, a global event-driven hedge fund based in New York. Prior to forming Magnolia Road in 2013, Mr. Donath was a Managing Director at Davidson Kempner Capital Management in New York and London, where he launched and oversaw the firm’s European credit business. He started his career at Goldman Sachs in the Investment Banking Division. Mr. Donath holds a B.A. in Economics from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He lives in New York with his wife and two young children.

Michelle Easton

Michelle Easton is the president of the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women (CBL), an organization she founded in 1993 as the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, which puts forward conservative women role models who promote traditional family values and prepares young women for conservative leadership. CBL also produces an annual calendar and hosts campus lectures, conferences, seminars, and summits featuring and honoring rising conservative women leaders.


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