Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) March 4, 2011
Sean Fieler has been appointed as an advisor to TheGoldStandardNow.org, a project of The Lehrman Institute. Institute founder and chairman Lewis E. Lehrman said “Sean Fieler is a distinguished leader of the professional investment community in New York. He is well-respected not only in the world of philanthropy, but he is that rare investor-intellectual still focused on right-minded public policy. He is an expert on the gold standard.“
TheGoldStandardNow.org is a website that provides information about the classical gold standard. The site provides key writings, historical information, breaking news, featured articles from the world media and frequently updated original content.
Mr. Fieler is chairman of the American Principles Project, a nonprofit group whose mission includes advancing public and policymaker understanding of the gold standard. Mr. Fieler graduated from Williams College in 1995 with a degree in Political Economy and was the 1994 recipient of the Branson Memorial Scholarship. He is the president of the Chiaroscuro Foundation and a board member of the Witherspoon Institute, the Institute for American Values, and the Dominican Foundation.
"A return to gold money is a necessary precondition to long-term solutions of our country's most intractable financial problems and will set America on course to become a more free and just society. I look forward to building a good working relationship with Lew, Jim and the other distinguished members of TheGoldStandardNow.org advisory board."
Currently serving as advisors of TheGoldStandardNow.org are author and journalist James Grant; Ralph J. Benko, author of many articles on the gold standard, most recently at The Washington Examiner, Forbes.com, CNBC.com and Foxnews.com; Brian Domitrovic, author of Econoclasts: the Rebels Who Sparked the Supply-Side Revolution and Restored American Prosperity and Forbes.com columnist; John D. Mueller, Director of Economics and Ethics program at the Ethics and Public Policy Center; author Jeffrey Bell, policy director of the American Principles Project; and conservative leader Frank Cannon, president of the American Principles Project.
About The Lehrman Institute
The Lehrman Institute is dedicated to public policy, educational and historical research. It was founded in 1972 by Lewis E. Lehrman. The Lehrman Institute has sponsored a wide range of research and discussion in the fields of economics, historical research, foreign policy, and urban policy. TheGoldStandardNow.org is a news and commentary aggregator focused on domestic and international monetary policy issues.