"Our philosophy is that the government is organized by political parties, corporations are organized by boards and management, and people oftentimes get left out of the equation because they're not organized," Eller said. "And so our job is to organize people, to organize organizations. And through that, we want to give folks a voice in their own governance in a way that they've never really ever had before."Ryan was a classmate of mine at WFU Divinity School, and, like me, he interned with CHANGE his second year. Ryan worked for Roger Sharpe and I during Sharpe's congressional bid in 2006 against Rep. Virginia Foxx in NC-5. After Divinity School, he served in the Navy's Chaplain Corps, and recently, he managed Roy Carter's campaign against Foxx.
Congratulations, Ryan, on your new employment!