Elisabeth Young is a multimedia artist with a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art from Willamette University. Deeply committed to an interdisciplinary approach to creativity and communications.
Is actively involved in the political arena since beginning to read and study revolutionary history and anti-imperialist struggles. As the President of the Center for Political Innovation, had the honor of representing CPI at the World Anti Imperialist Platform's 5th conference in Athens, Greece.
Enjoys connecting with people and hearing from diverse perspectives, characterized by a desire for continuous learning. This combination represents an intention to contribute to the development of a more informed and engaged society.
Resides in the Midwest and loves its endless skies.
Anti-Imperialist, Free Speech and Luxury for All Advocate.
Enjoys dancing, meditation, yoga, shopping, dining out and watching/reading/talking politics.
Healthcare worker, wife, mother, immigrant, roman catholic, vegan and theosophist.
Caleb Maupin is the ideological leader and founder of the Center for Political Innovation, working closely with the President and Board of Directors to oversee the function of the organization.
Born in rural Ohio and growing up among conservatives, some of his first political activities included walking the picket line with his mother when she went on strike as a librarian in Stark County. He also visited Ecuador amid the episode of malnutrition and displacement spawned by Neoliberal economics in the late 1990s.
In Cleveland, Ohio he was a well known community activist, video recording acts of police brutality, opposing war, supporting prisoners and teaching classes on Marxism. In New York City he became a media spokesperson for former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark’s International Action Center, representing Clark during the Occupy Wall Street protests, the Syrian Civil War and the 2014 Euro-maiden Coup in Ukraine.
In 2015 he participated in a humanitarian rescue mission with the Red Crescent Society attempting to bring humanitarian aid to Yemen. The ship sparked an international incident.
He works as a journalist on international television, and his writings have been translated and published in Persian, Arabic, French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Korean, Japanese and Portuguese. He has been a featured speaker at conferences held in Tehran, Sochi, Quito, Caracas and Moscow.