Michael Mack, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Catholic University of America; author of books on English classics.
Sister Mary Dominic Pitts, O.P., Ph.D. Professor, Aquinas College, Nashville, TN; expert in linguistics and English literature.
John Rao, D. Phil. Oxon. Associate Professor of History at St. John’s University; director of the Roman Forum/Dietrich von Hildebrand Institute and founder of the New York City Lectures in Church History.
W. Winston Elliott III, M.B.A. Editor-in-Chief of The Imaginative Conservative and President of The Free Enterprise Institute; member of the Academy of Philosophy and Letters, and the Philadelphia Society; Senior Fellow of Franklin’s Opus and a Patron of Centro Studi Russell Kirk (Milan, Italy).
Ronald Rychlak, J.D. Professor of Law, University of Mississippi; advisor to the Holy See’s delegation to the United Nations and author of Hitler, the War and the Pope.
Anthony Esolen, Ph.D. Professor of English, Providence College; Dante translator, regular contributor to The Magnificat, and prolific author on Western civilization and popular culture.
Bruce P. Frohnen, Ph.D., J.D. Professor of Law, Ohio Northern University, political theory scholar, editor of Political Science Review, and of several publications of The Intercollegiate Studies Institute.
Alice Gunther, J.D. Homeschooling mother of nine; author of books on homeschooling and socialization; columnist for the Long Island Catholic; founder and President of IHS, a Long Island homeschooling network.
Rev. Michael J. Keating, Ph.D. Professor, Catholic Studies Program, University of St. Thomas; courses include the Catholic intellectual tradition and Church history.
Edward C. Lyons, Ph.D., J.D. Associate Professor, Oklahoma City Law School; authority on taxation and fiduciary principles applicable to non-profit corporations.
Michael Miller, M.A., M.B.A. Director of Programs, Acton Institute; frequent lecturer on metaphysics and political economy; formerly Professor of Theology at Ave Maria College of the Americas.
Rev. Richard A. Munkelt, Ph.D. Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Fairfield University.
MacBeth Derham. Homeschooling mother of four; author and lecturer on homeschooling, nature study, and the natural sciences.